Post-traumatic growth is positive change experienced as a result of the struggle with a major life crisis or a traumatic event.
Creating a lifelong way of overcoming any obstacle you face is the Post-Traumatic Growth Mindset™.
The PTG Mindset is using what has happened, is happening or will happen that caused trauma in your life AND using the trauma to be the best version of yourselfContinue reading
Are you in competition with the neglect you felt as a child?
Are you in competition with unfair treatment your experienced in the workplace?
Competition with trauma is looking at your past self while you experienced trauma to decide how you are going to act TODAY.Continue reading
I know we hear a lot about learning to be resilient as trauma survivors but that is not the end all to be all.
Resilience means the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.
By definition it explains it is temporary.
I am not saying if your have become resilient you can’t feel better about your truama, however I am saying all those techniques you learned to cope with only trauma can only get your so far. Resilience will hinder you from creating a Post-Traumatic Growth Mindset. A PTG mindset is using the trauma your survived to live the life of your dreams. What I teach is not based on techniques to COPE but process and allow the trauma to be there, show up unexpectedly AND still live the life of your dreams.
I don’t tell you to move past it or put it on the back burner or think about something positive. Those things are helpt but just that. They don’t bring you to full growth.
You know you are past the point of resilience when you have achieved the what your dreamed and your dreams are getting bigger.
If you know you are a person that needs help to navigate through your trauma schedule a confidential conversation with Coach Monaye.
I did it.
I did not make the correct decision and I spent waaayyy too much time crying.
I neglected my child for the rest of the day.
I did not change out of my pajamas.
I let the kids eat whatever they wanted out of the refrigerator.
I did not clean the kitchen.
I did not unload the dishwasher.
Today was the day I grieved.
Nothing is wrong, everything is going as planned.
I forgive me.
I am forgiven.
I will move on to the next day and everything will be alright.
Remember, you have the option to be who you need to be every day.
If you have a hard time forgiving yourself, mom, let talk about it.
Text me and I will respond 636-393-8833 or click HERE to schedule some time on to talk.