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  • Writer's pictureKim Colman

STRESS VERSUS TRAUMA

Stress is something that we cannot avoid in our daily lives and thus we need to find ways to work with it and recognise when we need to step away and release a bit of pressure. We also need to identify and understand what triggers us off, thus creating this stressful situation for us. This could be something that happened to us in our childhood years that we now associate with a person, event or thing. The trouble is that modern life is so full of frustrations, deadlines, and demands that many of us don’t even realise how stressed we are. By recognising the symptoms and causes of stress, we can take the first steps to reducing its harmful effects and improving our quality of life.

Trauma is an emotional response to an event, and this could be something big or small. No matter how big or small this is for us, it can create emotional and physical blocks going forward. Often one does not want to talk about an unpleasant incident or rehash the past, and we just hope this will go away. This is not the case, and these old memories jump up and often prevent us from moving forward in areas of our lives. I had to deal with a very big trauma almost 10 years ago and just didn’t want to tell my story to anyone as this was way too painful. I was so thankful to find a way where I didn’t have to tell my story or relive the issue and could work through all the emotions.

My goal is to provide you with a toolbox of skills in order to empower yourself in all situations. I do my sessions online and thus am able to reach out to you wherever you may be in the world.

Please contact me on kim@colmankim.com or view my website for more information www.colmankim.com.

You can book a 15 min Exploratory call to connect with me here as well, if you prefer to chat to me. Please click on the link below and schedule a time for us to connect. https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php…

I would love to support you or anyone close to you who is in need of any help and support.

In kindness and support Kim Colman

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