A common subject these days has to do with the trauma… and how each of us has experienced some kind of trauma in our past and, unfortunately for many, it is still a very present reality. A theme I have been working on for a couple of years now, is that each of us is an amalgamation of who we have been and what we have experienced in our past. And very often, that past continues to slip into our present making, us prey for our demons of our past.
What if we could find a way to manage and deal with negative events of our past that we could possibly we could live freer and less burdened lives?
Our special guest today, Ann Hince, has successfully developed a process for dealing with past trauma in such a way as to reduce or even dismiss its impact on our lives. She offers some unique insights that we will certainly explore.
Just a bit about Ann Hince.
When Ann was 19, she woke one morning to find her mother dead in her bathroom. Twenty years later the tears from that trauma were still just under the surface but continued to have severe effects on her emotional well-being.
As she was raising her two boys, Ann determined enough was enough. She wanted to be what she calls “a calm mom.”
It all began when she realized that she needed to change her ways of thinking, so she developed a 3-pronged approach to “unwinding her past.”
Today Ann is a calm mom. I want to find out how she got there.
Visit Ann Hince’s website HERE