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Shame

From suicidal “Tough Tits Tine” to thriving as a core wound expert

  When we met around 2012, Tina and I hit it off massively as friends.    Back then, she was working in hospitality, drinking and taking drugs regularly to block out her childhood.    Many years later when we were working in sessions together with coaching and healing, her past trauma hit her like a freight train.     She realised she was running the unconscious programming that she was “disgusting” which had led to many years of projecting a…

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From rage and shame to core wound expert and sacred scream queen

    Join my chat with my great friend of over 20 years, Tina Eloise, sharing her journey from Surviving to Thriving. Tina Eloise is an international feminine embodiment and liberation mentor She is the creator of The Sacred Scream Ceremony & Somatic Shadow Work which is a powerful modality using the body and expression to heal and create the life you want. Over the past 10 years Tina has gone from being a Reiki Healer riddled with horrific childhood…

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Are you a love addict in a codependent relationship?

A codependent relationship is a love addiction where we seek to prove our worth by helping people with broken wings.We’re drawn to addicts and under-functioners who’ll depend on us emotionally, financially or in some other way.Many of us who find ourselves in this kind of relationship have a history of neglect, abuse, or family addiction in our childhood.If we aren’t allowed to show our feelings to the adults around us, or how we felt wasn’t validated, this leads to limiting…

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What if you were only known for the worst thing you’d ever done?

I was listening to an amazing Tim Ferris podcast yesterday where he interviewed Catherine Hoke, the “master of second chances.” Catherine Hoke — The Master of Second Chances Catherine runs the not for profit Defy Ventures, which is an entrepreneurship, employment and character development program for currently and formerly incarcerated men, women and youth. I highly recommend listening to her interview as she is fascinating to listen to: Catherine Hoke — The Master of Second Chances I’ve spent over a decade working in…

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