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Intergenerational Trauma | Letting Go of The Clutter Cycle
There is a lot of talk lately around trauma and the effects it has on us. I’d like to take it a step further in this month’s blog and show you how intergenerational trauma goes beyond behaviours and gets carried into our points of view, energy and ways of being. These experiences, emotions and points […]
How Our Emotional and Relational Trauma Creates Clutter
Life clutter shows up in many ways aside from our physical spaces. It’s a puzzle with many pieces that include unfinished to-do lists, unresolved emotions, clutter in our mind with repetitive and intrusive thoughts, build up of unresolved issues with family, friends and partners, to name a few… It’s any element of our life that […]
Knowing Your F Type and The Clutter It Creates
For many years I heard about being in fight or flight mode or being triggered and brought outside of my nervous system window. I learned that there are more than those two states we can go into when we perceive that we are unsafe. These states are now known as “f types”: fight, flight, freeze, […]
33 Organizing Tips to Maintain a Tidy Home – TSS Featured in Redfin
Published on January 18, 2023 – see full article here by Jamie Forbes If your home is cluttered and chaotic, it can be hard to relax and spend time with your family and friends. However, by taking a few simple steps to organize your home, you can turn it into a peaceful oasis. While getting […]
How To Overcome Disorganization When Dealing with Trauma or ADHD
Many of the clients I’ve worked with over the years have mentioned that they struggle with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). I have also witnessed these challenges in children when I was a teacher. What is interesting to me (and a bit of a passion of mine) is going beyond the diagnosis and connecting our […]
Declutter Your Holidays: Including the Dysfunction
The holidays can be a magical time of year. Whether it’s connected to a spiritual or religious practice or it’s a time to gather with friends and family to connect and reflect on the year. For me it’s a time of magic, one that I felt as a child and still try to connect with […]
How Trauma Shows Up In Your Time, Space + Relationships | How To Heal From Trauma
Repeated challenging experiences make us vulnerable to losing connection with ourselves, others and the world. This disconnection can be repaired, healed and transformed by taking the time to go within, and begin to peel apart the stories and beliefs we carry. Where did they come from, are they even true, and do they really allow […]
Mental Health: Four Ways to Face Anxiety
Like many things in our society today, anxiety is seen as a problem and something to be fixed. The approach then becomes to address the symptoms rather than the causes, underlying issues and deeper meaning.This creates a culture of people who end up somewhere between suffering, pushing it away, avoiding it completely or focusing on the superficial ways to “fix” it that only provide bandaid, short term solutions.
Courage to Change: How To Cultivate Courage and Overcome Your Fears
When I work with people I make an effort to acknowledge that they are putting themselves in a very vulnerable position. Your home is a direct reflection of your internal states and where you are at. To have a complete stranger come into your home and bare all to them takes courage!