It’s confession time in the Trauma Hiders Club. One of the thoughts that held me back from healing my unprocessed trauma was the fear that I might end up divorced. I was scared that I might fall apart—shattered and broken—because all my trauma would fly around like the dementors in the Harry Potter books, sucking away all my happiness to leave me a soulless, unloving, and unlovable shell. Who would want to stay in a relationship with such a person?
You know what I never thought? That sharing what felt right to be shared would deepen our relationship and invite us to connect with a mutual language, greater resonance, and more intimacy.
In this episode of the Trauma Hiders Club, I discuss how sharing with my husband, David, how I wanted to work through my trauma impacted our relationship. I also break down how I committed to moving step by step toward healing.
“I never thought that wrestling my inner dementors would open me up to greater connection, and that the magic in that would result in a more intimate, honest, and loving relationship.” - Karen Goldfinger Baker
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