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Trauma is an integral topic in my upcoming book project because it is something so many of us deal with at various times in our lives. This week, I was featured on my friend’s blog in a conversation regarding trauma.

My friend and nutritionist Nancy Popkin has been featured on my blog when we worked together to talk about anti-inflammatory diets. This time, she featured me in a project focused on nutrition and self care for trauma.

We all experience trauma in our lives at one time or another. Trauma can defined as a very difficult or unpleasant experience (or series of experiences) that causes someone to have emotional or physical problems for an extended time after the event. Nancy used her lens as a nutritional coach while I used my lens as a life coach to bring you some ways to take good care of yourself after you heal from trauma.

Here is a link to Nancy’s blog. In this blog, she features a video conference call of her and me talking about ways to take good care of yourself after a trauma. The video is on the longer side at about 40 minutes, but it well worth your time. If you don’t have time to watch it all today, that’s ok – you can book mark the page and go back to it when you have time. You’ll be sure to enjoy it.

I’m going to include some other posts around self care below. I hope you love them! If so, please click like or consider sharing!

All my love,

Brenda

Nutrition and Self-Care for Trauma

Video interview with Nancy Popkin of Love More Eat Less on anti-inflammatory diets

Weekly Affirmation – On self-care

5 simple tips to take better care of yourself ~ Boise Spiritual Teacher

 

 

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