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Healed Women: Changing the Narrative

Hey sis—in case you haven’t noticed by now, I’m starting to be more intentional about pushing the healing narrative.

Far too long we have been functioning in disfunction, and taking on an identity that was cultivated through trauma.

Pause. Take a moment to let that sink in.

I’ve come to realize that a lot of our likes, dislikes, character traits, and personality traits stem from a place of trauma. Truth is, trauma hinders us from discovering our authenticity.

It tends to build a shell around our true identity.

I’ve noticed that many women’s hearts become hardened due to life’s circumstances. This causes them to take on personality traits and belief systems that are not a part of God’s original design.

In turn, they’ve become bitter and develop internal wounds that may feel as if they’re beyond repair. But, instead of throwing in the towel, they keep pushing.

Pushing past the hurt.

Pushing past the disappointment.

Pushing past the external turmoil.

Some have even buried their trauma and become numb to its existence.

But, here’s the thing—buried trauma does not get healed.

Intentional healing requires digging beneath the surface to discover the source of the pain.

We must uncover, uproot, and unlearn in order to walk in freedom.

Uncover the hidden trauma.

Uproot the seeds of trauma that are embedded within the soul.

Unlearn negative beliefs and thought patterns that stem from traumatic experiences.

This is where freedom begins.

Remember, healing takes intentionality.

It's time to change the narrative.



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