Category Archives: Post Traumatic Growth

When Our World Becomes Unsafe

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The recent politically motivated San Bernardino shootings and the Paris terrorist acts present irrefutable proof that our ordinary, everyday world has become as unsafe as any war zone.  Paralleling this terrorism, murders of children and adults in elementary schools, high schools, colleges, and movie theatres paint a grim picture of mental illness manifesting as hatred that is not politically motivated.  How do we continue to go out into the world with enthusiasm and purpose when so many of our ordinary settings and activities seem increasingly precarious?  There are no easy answers to quell our fear and foreboding, only vitally important conversations to be had.  Tapping can help us to navigate these very troubled waters with one another.

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Post Traumatic Growth and Tapping

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Please Note:  Winter Blooms is an educational website in no way meant to replace building a relationship with a trained EFT practitioner, counselor, or therapist.  To find an EFT Practitioner, visit the AAMET website, the Gary Craig website, the EFT Universe website, the Tapping Solution website, or contact Jane for EFT coaching support.

We hear a great deal about the toll Post Traumatic Stress takes on human well being and very little about how traumatizing experiences can lead to positive shifts in perspective and habit.  Perhaps because of the innate human qualities of hope and resilience, a whole field of science is investigating if it is possible to develop positive life skills in the wake of serious trauma.  More than a decade of research is affirming that even after the most horrific events people do indeed develop strengths because of the trauma they have endured.  Because Tapping supports our desire to grow beyond negative-event constrictions and because EFT builds resilience after such events by emphasizing strengths, it is not surprising that this remarkable tool can help to support Post Traumatic Growth (PTG).

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