Brace yourself for an emotional rollercoaster with Episode 104: Transforming Trauma with Love and Loyalty: Marinda Dennis' Uplifting Path to Recovery. In this gripping episode, Marinda bares her soul and takes us on a raw and unfiltered journey through her darkest moments of trauma and pain. But hold on tight because amidst the darkness, there is light. Through unwavering love and loyalty towards herself and others, Marinda emerges as a warrior of resilience who proves that healing is possible even in the most unimaginable circumstances. Get ready for a story that will leave you feeling both heartbroken and hopeful at the same time.
IN THIS PODCAST EPISODE:
- Gain insights into Marinda Dennis' personal journey of transforming trauma and find inspiration for your own path to recovery.
- Learn how love and loyalty can play a crucial role in healing from trauma and building a fulfilling life.
- Discover practical strategies and tools for overcoming adversity and finding inner strength.
- Gain a deeper understanding of the impact of trauma and how it can be transformed through love and loyalty.
- Find hope and encouragement as you listen to Marinda Dennis' uplifting story of resilience and triumph over trauma.
Introduction to Marinda K Dennis
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.
Be gentle with yourself. It takes time to heal. And if you're not gentle with yourself and the way you speak to yourself, then you're just reopening the wound. So make sure that when you talk, you have words of self love and self empowerment.
Marinda K Dennis
My 15-year-old daughter Angel suffered from mental health. I did everything that "they" tell you to do. I booked all the correct appointments. I followed all the correct protocols. I listened to all the doctors and specialists. When they told me she was "fine," I believed them. Because of that, I lost my little girl. I grieve for her every day, some harder than others. I have been told that most mothers can't take the strain of the loss and are lost to the world for a few years, and yet I wasn't. I don't know how I've kept going, but I have. Whatever strength I found when my daughter died was not mine alone. Knowing this, I want to share that strength with others. If I can help even one person with what they are going through, then the loss of my precious daughter was not for nothing. I want her life, her death, and her memory, to be for something, to stand for something. In addition to this her 12-year-old brother is on the spectrum. We have had to find new ways for him to express his grief and navigate life without his big sister. This has come with ups and downs. The important thing is that he is healing now even though his heart weighs heavily without her here. In addition to this, Marinda is a survivor of childhood rape, adult rape, and the narcissistic abuse cycle. She hopes to help others heal through sharing her stories of trauma and the strength to overcome it. Her publishing company focuses on books that are meant to convey and inspire love, loyalty, and healing.
"Marinda recently released an anthology entitled Love Lingers Still: A Haunted Anthology of Lost Loved Ones
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