In my practice, I have seen several times how the mother-child (even if the child is already a 40-year old adult) connection can be impacted by the mother experiencing trauma during her pregnancy. Imagine, this fragile little being grew in a body that is filled with anxiety and fear because the mother was not feeling safe, perhaps because she had to hide her pregnancy or she experienced violence.Read more “How the time in our mother’s womb is connected with our life and relationships today”
Have you ever wondered what made you the person you are today or what influence your family’s story had on your life story? Our view on the world as grown-ups is not just defined by what we experienced as children or young adults, but also what happened before we were even born.
It matters what happened to our mothers while they were pregnant with us, how they perceived their pregnancy, and what emotions they felt. If a traumatised body experiences the sensation of feeling calm and safe, the body can find again its balance and deep healing can occur.
Trying to have a baby can be one of the most challenging experiences a woman or a couple can go through. The extreme emotional pain of not conceiving can cause even more chronic stress of which we already have more than enough in our hectic city life in Singapore, which can further impact your physical and mental health.Read more “The Emotional Pain of Infertility”
Self-love is fundamental in developing good health – both physically and mentally. How we feel is impacted by many aspects, not just our physical health, but more importantly, how we feel about ourselves. You can be in great, physically beautiful shape, but still feel ugly, lonely, and miserable.Read more “Better Relationships & More Happiness Through Self-Love”
Holding the secret history of our ancestors. What is overwhelming and unnamable is passed on to those we are closest to. Our loved ones carry what we cannot. And we do the same.Read more “How Trauma Is Carried Across Generations”