We don’t learn in school how to cope with loss and go from grief to gratitude and love. You’ll learn how to do this and teach your children how it’s done in highlights of my radio conversation for A Lasting Love with Dr. Jane Simington.
Dr. Jane teaches trauma recovery intensives through her company, Taking Flight International. She holds a Ph.D. in health sciences, a master’s of nursing and a bachelor’s of psychology. She wrote the books JOURNEY TO THE SACRED: Mending a Fractured Soul and THROUGH SOULS EYES: Reinventing a Life of Joy and Promise, plus the award-winning films Listening to Soul Pain and Healing Soul Pain.
Hadley: Because we don’t learn this in school, I’d like to teach our children how to cope with trauma and loss before they have to deal with it. Any recommendations?
Dr. Jane: I work a lot with teachers because there is so much grief and trauma that happens in the school system. You’re reminding me of a comment from a Christian school principal who was a student in my trauma training. She said her goal for the school year was to have every child know that God loves them.
I gently prodded her and said, “I wonder if a better goal would be that by the end of the school year, every child knows self love. Because you can’t love outside of yourself until you learn self love.”
Hadley: That is brilliant. How did she respond to that though?
Dr. Jane: In the beginning she looked at me. She was kind enough to tolerate me for the first hour or so. But as we started looking at the power of self love, and the need to have our children look at their self talk, and the affirmations they’re saying, and how we can help them even in the a young age do meditation and affirm themselves by saying, “I am so worthy. I am so lovable. I am good at what I am doing.” She was able to understand that you can’t see outside of yourself what you don’t have within.
Hadley: Beautiful. And let’s help children tame the inner critic, their inner voice that tells them they’re not good enough, to send that critic on vacation and have some fun and feel healthy and happy.
It’s important when adults have lost love, to actually fall in love again with yourself and your life. You help people do that and so do I, in all of my articles, books, coaching, so we know it’s valuable.
You’ve said that releasing trauma is a right brain function, not left brain. What are some right brain techniques we can use to release tension and trauma, starting right now?
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