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Yes, trauma has caused major problems in several areas of my life

I was confused, unaware of the damage, and how it showed up and interfered with and, 

in some cases, completely interrupted parts of my life. 


In surviving trauma and caring for myself through all the devastation it wreaks, perhaps the biggest lesson I’ve learned is that trying to minimize trauma, rationalize it, stigmatize it, and put on a stoic, but, erroneous public face only makes things worse.


Once I found the courage to attend to my painful feelings deep inside that were demanding my help -- I made the conscious choice to examine my inner messaging and my insecurities, and all the collateral havoc that trauma entails. I was then able to start to work through the negative impact trauma was having in my life. Now, everything has changed for the better, and my awareness has increased substantially.

Trauma is real.  Trauma can be understood.  Trauma can be managed.  

The effects of trauma are long l​asting and an indelible part of our story.

Diana Kendros

Founder of Trauma Talk Series

Mindset Coaching & Workshops

Trauma Specialist

WHAT IS TRAUMA?

Trauma is a person’s emotional response to a distressing experience. Few people can go through life without encountering some kind of trauma. Unlike ordinary hardships, traumatic events tend to be sudden and unpredictable, involve a serious threat to life—like bodily injury or death—and feel beyond a person’s control. Most important, events are traumatic to the degree that they undermine a person's sense of safety in the world and create a sense that catastrophe could strike at any time. Parental loss in childhood, auto accidents, physical violence, sexual assault, military combat experiences, the unexpected loss of a loved one are commonly traumatic events.

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EFFECTS OF TRAUMA

Disturbing events activate the amygdala, a structure in the brain responsible for detecting threats. It responds by sending out an alarm to multiple body systems to prepare for defense.

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TRAUMA TALK SERIES

Our blog, workshops, and coaching programs open doorways into understanding trauma and its consequences by sharing compelling, real life stories, full of insight and inspiration - and practical tools - by hearing directly from extraordinary people themselves, who have overcome incredible hardships and found meaning and purpose while managing the challenges of everyday life.

DIANA'S STORY

What do you do when your 11-year old child suffers a traumatic bullying incident, becomes unstable and begins to spiral dangerously into what no-one-knows?  We were completely lost. 

Now twelve years later – twelve grueling years that were filled with uncertainty and pain – now, in college, living independently, achieving academic success, and doing better than we could have ever dreamed. I have learned so much about him, about trauma and, especially about myself and the role that traumatic and untenable experiences have also played in my life.

TRAUMA TALK SERIES 

THE TOLL OF TRAUMA AND THE OPPORTUNITY FOR A NEW BEGINNING

Understanding how traumatic events can result in suffering, from mild to severe, and how one event could so drastically alter the human brain, body and mind – and how a new balance and life can eventually emerge. All this has been the object of my dedication to finding strategies that became solutions during those twelve years. Our blog is filled with real people sharing real stories about the lessons they learned from their traumatic experiences and experts talking about evidenced-based training programs and the array of national resources available to all of us. 

These are the subjects of our Trauma Talk Series. 

MAKING MEANING OUT OF TRAUMA

We can have a meaningful life, we can be the hero of our own story. We can learn to steer through those sometimes-turbulent waters and face our own trials and challenges amid the stress of our daily lives.

And yes, for many of us, we have experienced and had to deal with real trauma, those stressors that have left their marks on our souls that we often struggle to acknowledge, and feel uncertain as to how to find ways to integrate these experiences in order to make them a meaningful part of our story.

Our blog conversations will help you to make meaning out of your traumatic experiences.

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PRACTICAL GUIDANCE

Along the way our conversations will offer useful tips they have learned that include highly skilled communication strategies and practical tools to help you to navigate your way to well-being in the areas of your life that matter to you - and ideas for creating your own healthy toolkit that supports you and your family.

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"It tells the story of my child's journey from deep despair during years of being bullied to thriving beyond anything we could have imagined.

It conveys the heartache, and sacrifices that were made to save our child's life, and the determination, fearlessness, and love our entire family needed to summon to create a space for healing."

-Diana Kendros

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DIANA KENDROS

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 Writer | Editor | Co-Producer

ABOUT DIANA

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Author and Speaker

Founder of Trauma Talk Blog Series 

 Make Your Shift to Well-Being Workshops

Mindset Coaching and Communication Trainer 

Nationally Certified Mental Health Educator

DISCLAIMER

Trauma Talk Series, our Company, Blog, Workshops, and Coaching does not offer therapy or counseling services.  

We are not therapists or licensed mental health professionals.  We are parents coaches, and advocates with experience of living with and caring for someone with trauma or mental health challenges.  We are trained family peers and our programs offer real life conversations,  communication strategies,  and we are a team of  Nationally Certified Mental Health Educators.