Today is the last day of January, and the end of Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention month, but it’s certainly not the last time I’ll be talking about this issue this year.
Are you willing to feel a little uncomfortable, so your children don’t have to. Because when we turn our backs to this crime, children pay the price.
This episode is jam-packed with valuable lessons, guidance, love, and wisdom! You may get wrapped up in empowerment and revel in what Quentin shares! We talked about so many topics that truly impact our quality of life.
Have you ever had your anger dismissed or invalidated by others regarding your past, your trauma, or your abuse? Have you ever been afraid of your anger? If you answered yes to either of those questions, this episode will be a breath of fresh air.
CSA survivors experience a range of mental, physical and emotional wellness issues throughout their lives due to the traumas in their history. Parenting becomes a layer of extraordinary relief as well as pain. It can be a wonderful experience as well as a triggering, anxiety-producing experience.
Generational Trauma is something we don’t realize we pass on if we aren’t conscious of it. To become conscious of it, it takes self awareness. To break the cycles, it takes doing the work. And doing the work can be an empowering experience! I hope that this episode helps you realize that you have the power to change the narrative of your life, and that of the generations to come.
In this episode I’m sharing my personal story, the journey that brought me here and WHY I started AboutConsent, and why it’s important to have these important conversations.
Welcome to the very first episode! This is a short one, just to introduce to you what the podcast is all about, why you should tune in every week and a bit about me!