Jan 5, 2021
Let’s revisit the topic of improving interactions with your partner and seeing ways to make small baby-step improvements today that make things better for you AND help you test out what may be possible in your relationship. Both are equally important on a recovery journey, and it has taken me about two years of intense challenge and change to really understand the power of an interaction effect. In this episode, I’m sharing three mindset shifts that help me get just the break in cognitive processing I need to make in-the-moment reframes that help reduce toxic fights and, in turn, open up space for me to get braver about being honest with my thinking and experiences. These are three mindset shifts I have used often lately when I feel hopeless and overwhelmed, and they’re helping me find ways to stay more connected to my partner even when I am in the middle of a painful emotional flashback.
Register for the Survivors’ Summit here.
Looking to level-up your recovery?
Are you curious about how increasing your comfort with self-disclosure might help?
Then, you'll want to keep reading, because Shanon and Tanner are hosting the debut Survivors' Summit. And it is just for you.
A 90-minute Safe Space Virtual Summit where you can:
Surround yourself with safe humans working to be healthy.
Learn from a hand-picked panel of women in advanced stages of recovery from childhood trauma.
Access not-publicly-available materials such as the Surviving Childhood Trauma Conversation Starter Journal Prompts from Shanon Page, @survivingchildhoodtrauma, and the Interaction Tracker 2.0 from Tanner Wallace, @thisiscandykiss.
Get direct access to survivors who know what it is like to navigate marriage and trauma.
Stop hurting. Start healing.
In this particular Summit, you'll learn what productive self-disclosure to your partner looks and sounds like, what works and doesn't work, and how to get braver being honest about your experiences.
Don't miss securing one of the 50 spots for this debut gathering of five survivor communities in one virtual space. You'll want future bragging rights that you were the original crew of survivors (way back in 2021! 😉) forming this transformative community of women empowering women.
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