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“Drunk on lust, hate, greed, and fear; we have forgotten the requirement of the soul… to love.”
The Human Hangover
We all have this thing called being human… I like to call it our Human Hangover.
Our default setting is to experience life through our ego, trauma, social constructs and labels. But if we wander beyond our roadblocks and use our nervous system as a map; we can become conscious creators of our own life.
Navigating early childhood trauma (cPTSD) and discovering my undiagnosed Autism at 35, I have some unpopular questions and uncomfortable content… this is my healing journey. I’m simply here to share my story- my failures in being normal and my successes in being human.
I share my story because in my uniqueness, I am not uncommon. The pain that makes me feel excluded, restricts and suffocates so many more. We are not distinct stories separated by details, we are the same stories of human emotion told in an endless amount of ways. We all have a Human Hangover… let’s talk about it, and maybe even find a way to celebrate it.
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The Good Stuff
With trauma and limiting beliefs intoxicating our nervous systems; we’re often at the mercy of our body & mind connection without even realizing it. Human Hangover Guides help aid in the innerwork required to dig in and get to the good stuff. These are the tools I’ve used (and still use) to strengthen the body and mind connection; which brings balance and allows a reset of our reactions, habits, fears, and life.
This isn’t a nicely polished blog focusing on how I got on the ‘other side’ of healing. I’m in the thick and ugly of it. These guides will grow and change as I do, and my response time to inquiries may be longer at times. Thanks for your patience and making space for #HealingCulture over #HustleCulture.