42 min

#19 Post Traumatic Growth with Danielle Matthews Live - Love - Learn with Catherine Edwards

    • Alternative Health

In this episode, Catherine invites the wonderful Danielle Matthews back to talk about "Post Traumatic Growth", what it is and how we can strive toward it after experiencing trauma. Using Asea Redox Signalling Molecules has been a huge part of Danielle's physical and spiritual recovery.
ūüĎČAsea - ASEA offers a revolutionary line of products to help you rejuvenate, restore, and retain your health and beauty.
ūüõíTo Order : https://www.catherineedwards.life/asea/ OR Email Catherine for help on catherineedwardslife17@gmail.com OR TEXT CATHERINE HELP to Jay on +1(321)216-8047
Episode Guest:Danielle Matthews: In June of 2012 Danielle was hit by a drunk driver and sustained a traumatic brain injury, setting her life on a different course. Her inspiring story and perspective has touched thousands around the world. Her intention is to use what she learned to impact the lives of others by educating on mindsets, technologies, and techniques that can empower them to get the most out of life.
Danielle is the co-founder of The Single Truth Podcast - with some great content coming soon! 
Connect with Danielle:
Podcast
Website
Email
Instagram

Key Moments:[00:25] - Introduction [01:30] - Meet my guest[05:10] - Resilience[10:30] - Reframing fear [14:05] - What is post traumatic growth?[16:05] - The importance of support networks[20:20] - Labels [24:19] - Caregivers and family [30:53] - Recap and advice [33:45] - Connect with Danielle
Key Takeaways:Breaking down and experiencing hardship can lead to growth. Think of it like how we break our muscles down at the gym and they come back stronger. It's all about the way we reframe our thoughts and ego. Don't feel pressure for growth to happen straight away. It's ok to feel your emotions. Lack of challenge can lead to less resilience.Triggers can be positive reminders to push toward progression. Things don't happen 'to' us, they happen 'for' us. If you don't have a support network that "get's it", books, forums, and online or in-person groups can be a great place to find support. You don't have to go through it alone.
Asea Products
The Roots Brand
Lifewave Patches
Ascent Nutrition
CEA - Dog Nutrition Course
CEA - Cat Nutrition Course
Follow me on social media:YouTube
Facebook
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In this episode, Catherine invites the wonderful Danielle Matthews back to talk about "Post Traumatic Growth", what it is and how we can strive toward it after experiencing trauma. Using Asea Redox Signalling Molecules has been a huge part of Danielle's physical and spiritual recovery.
ūüĎČAsea - ASEA offers a revolutionary line of products to help you rejuvenate, restore, and retain your health and beauty.
ūüõíTo Order : https://www.catherineedwards.life/asea/ OR Email Catherine for help on catherineedwardslife17@gmail.com OR TEXT CATHERINE HELP to Jay on +1(321)216-8047
Episode Guest:Danielle Matthews: In June of 2012 Danielle was hit by a drunk driver and sustained a traumatic brain injury, setting her life on a different course. Her inspiring story and perspective has touched thousands around the world. Her intention is to use what she learned to impact the lives of others by educating on mindsets, technologies, and techniques that can empower them to get the most out of life.
Danielle is the co-founder of The Single Truth Podcast - with some great content coming soon! 
Connect with Danielle:
Podcast
Website
Email
Instagram

Key Moments:[00:25] - Introduction [01:30] - Meet my guest[05:10] - Resilience[10:30] - Reframing fear [14:05] - What is post traumatic growth?[16:05] - The importance of support networks[20:20] - Labels [24:19] - Caregivers and family [30:53] - Recap and advice [33:45] - Connect with Danielle
Key Takeaways:Breaking down and experiencing hardship can lead to growth. Think of it like how we break our muscles down at the gym and they come back stronger. It's all about the way we reframe our thoughts and ego. Don't feel pressure for growth to happen straight away. It's ok to feel your emotions. Lack of challenge can lead to less resilience.Triggers can be positive reminders to push toward progression. Things don't happen 'to' us, they happen 'for' us. If you don't have a support network that "get's it", books, forums, and online or in-person groups can be a great place to find support. You don't have to go through it alone.
Asea Products
The Roots Brand
Lifewave Patches
Ascent Nutrition
CEA - Dog Nutrition Course
CEA - Cat Nutrition Course
Follow me on social media:YouTube
Facebook
a...

42 min