Michelle Harris Jefferson, Owner/CEO WhyWeLEAP Consulting, LLC Trauma and Resiliency Expert, Educator, Consultant, Coach, Motivational Speaker Author of What Doesn’t Kill You: A Memoir, which details her own life’s struggles with poverty, mental health and her journey to overcome trauma despite the odds. Focuses on helping individuals and organizations operate through a trauma-informed lens. She is a mother and wife who speaks at conferences and events and conducts professional development far and wide.
Miranda is an author, an editor, and a college professor. Survivor of childhood rape, adult rape, narcissistic abuse, and religious abuse. On top of all the abuse that she suffered, she also lost a daughter to suicide. And she has other life struggles, including parenting a child that’s on the autism spectrum.
Trauma, whether physical, emotional, or psychological, can have far-reaching effects on a survivor’s life. One of the less-discussed consequences is its impact on food addiction. In times of distress, many people turn to food as a coping mechanism, seeking comfort and relief in its embrace.
Blaise Kennedy is a spiritual teacher with an integrated approach to consciousness and trauma healing. He facilitates a community of practitioners from all around the world, who work together to do three things: 1. Experience consciousness, and recognize the reality of life. 2. Heal from trauma, and restore our ability to feel and connect. 3. Manifest our potential to have a life that is in line with the highest expression of what we were born to do.
Do you ever feel like you give too much of yourself to others, leaving nothing for your own well-being? It’s time to examine your emotional boundaries and learn how setting limits can lead to more peace, less drama in your life! You have the power to decide what you will and won’t tolerate in your relationships, whether it’s with friends, family, or romantic partners. By understanding the importance of emotional boundaries and learning how to establish them, you can protect yourself from unnecessary stress and maintain healthier connections.