Healing Childhood Wounds

Emotional scars acquired in your early years can be overcome. Cover Image: Shutterstock

Turning to the Positive: Personal Growth After Trauma

By Melanie Greenberg Ph.D.

Can Negative Events Make Us Stronger and Healthier?

Effects of Trauma Do Not Require Specific Memories

By David Rettew M.D.

Rats that don’t remember trauma still show behavior and brain changes.

Sons of Unloving Mothers

By Peg Streep

The same wounds and then some

Five Ways to Recover from a Painful Past

By Vinita Mehta Ph.D., Ed.M.

Trauma survivors share their wisdom about recovery and pathways to change.

Healing for Daughters of Narcisssistic Mothers

By Randi Kreger

Narcissistic moms teach their children that love is conditional

How to Cope With a Traumatic Past

By Rod Judkins M.A., RCA

Creative expression can help you come to terms with a dark past.

Finding Your Own Path to Healing from Child Abuse

By Sherry Hamby Ph.D.

Four ways to acknowledge past abuse without letting it define you

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