Aug 23 • 21M

1.9 - Trauma or abuse (and why words matter)

Spiritual Abuse series - Episode Nine

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I’ve thought a lot about starting a podcast and have always concluded: “no thank you.” Cause, my thoughts are just that - thoughts. And no one needs to listen to them as if they’re peer-reviewed scientific data. Plus, I’m very much in process (hence “IN PROCESS COLLECTIVE”.). So, what if I say some words and then later I’m like - “Nah. I think different words now.” On the other hand, I also do love to process (hence “IN PROCESS COLLECTIVE”). And more than that, I wish more of us made space for processing - both our own and each other. So, then I thought - what if I could have a podcast where I get to process what I’m learning in messy/real-ish time. And the result is this absolute treasure of a trainwreck. Enjoy. This Podcast-ish Thing is available for patrons & paid subscribers. If you're like - what's the deal with that, you can learn more about why on my about tab!
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This episode dives into the distinction between trauma and abuse and why words/labels help us make sense of our experiences. Why do we need to make sense of what caused our trauma in order to heal? And why do we sometimes have trauma even though we never felt like the victims of a specific incident?

All this and more in this ep!

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