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Trauma Hiders Club Podcast where high achievers like you finally reveal what keeps them awake at night, and that no amount of money or recognition will fix. I’m also making it my business to speak with people who get you.

Hell! I get you. I AM you!

So get your best hiders face, sit down and let you guard down! What’s on the other side of this shit. Will change your life. 

Trauma Hiders Club Podcast Karen Goldfinger Baker

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Trauma Hiders Club Podcast where high achievers like you finally reveal what keeps them awake at night, and that no amount of money or recognition will fix. I’m also making it my business to speak with people who get you.

Hell! I get you. I AM you!

So get your best hiders face, sit down and let you guard down! What’s on the other side of this shit. Will change your life. 

    Your Body Knows: How Unhealed Trauma Manifests in Your Physical Health with Jewelle (Colwell Boldt) Zehr Part 2

    Your Body Knows: How Unhealed Trauma Manifests in Your Physical Health with Jewelle (Colwell Boldt) Zehr Part 2

    Jewelle (Colwell Boldt) Zehr is a Certified Trauma Recovery Coach and Certified Regenerating Images in Memory Facilitator. A trauma survivor herself, Jewelle created The Art of Onward, a platform where she guides clients to healing and rebuilding their lives after trauma by using the exact strategies that saved her own life. She studied at the Life Mastery Institute and is a member of the Energy Medicine Professional Association. In addition to her work as a coach, Jewelle is an award-winning actress, film and TV producer, and writer. She is the creator and executive producer of SkyeLove Pictures, an actor and voice-over artist for Dark Horse Talent, and the author of several books, including Gratitude Journal: Guided Daily Gratitude and Meditation Prompts.

    Jewelle joins me today to discuss how unhealed trauma impacts our physical health and how it manifested in her life as signs and symptoms of disease. She shares how the impact of unhealed trauma later led her to near death and how she had to strive for her own survival. She explains the fears that hinder people from seeking help and working through their trauma. She also discusses the Regenerating Images in Memory healing method and how it works and shares an example of how regenerating can give you back power.

    “We can hide from our trauma for many years, but our bodies can’t. We can fake being that high-functioning trauma survivor until the body says, ‘Stop. I’m done. I’m out.’”  - Jewelle Zehr

    This week on the Trauma Hiders Club Podcast:


    Why time does not heal all wounds
    How trauma can pass down from mother to child
    The things we do when we’re in a relationship with a narcissist
    Complex PTSD, Grave’s disease, and how unhealed wounds showed up in Jewelle’s life and physical health
    Why Jewelle is passionate about working to help other people heal
    Living a dual life as a trauma survivor and why you can’t hide trauma from the body
    Toxic positivity and how it can re-traumatize people
    The Regenerating Images in Memory healing method
    How people experience results from doing healing work in different timelines
    What a Regenerating Images and Memory session looks like

    Resources Mentioned:


    Book: Goodbye, Hurt & Pain: 7 Simple Steps for Health, Love, and Success (Emotional Intelligence Book for a Life of Success) by Deborah Sandella Ph.D.
    Book: The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk M.D.

    Related Content:


    Healing from Betrayal Trauma with Jewelle (Colwell Boldt) Zehr

    Connect with Jewelle (Colwell Boldt) Zehr:


    The Art of Onward
    The Art of Onward on Instagram
    Heal & Rebuild after Trauma Facebook Group
    Jewelle Zehr on LinkedIn
    Jewelle Zehr on Instagram
    Book: Gratitude Journal: Guided Daily Gratitude and Meditation Prompts
    Email: theartofonward@gmail.com

    Where High Achievers Get Through Shit - TOGETHER

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    • 39 min
    Inner Child Work: Going Home for the Holidays

    Inner Child Work: Going Home for the Holidays

    Going home for the holidays is a blend of “Ooh, that sounds cozy!” and “Ugh, that’s a nightmare filled with bad thermostat settings and uncomfortable furniture.” The fact that I’ve lived outside my parents’ home for more than 30 years doesn’t matter—the minute I walk back through the doors, I revert to my wounded inner child, equipped with the same endless loop of stories and resentments and ready to rumble.

    If you were in my shoes, what would you do when your deeply wounded, angry inner child shows up as the house guest?

    In this episode, I discuss how to manage going home with your inner child for the holidays. I describe how my siblings and I revert to our younger versions whenever we come home. I also highlight the importance of digging deeper into the past while staying grounded in the present and the gift of moving from self-judgment to self-compassion.

    “You can acknowledge the old shit that lights you up like an inferno, but it’s in the present that you have the greatest ability not to act on those memories in the moment.” - Karen Goldfinger Baker

    This week on the Trauma Hiders Club Podcast:


    How going home for the holidays makes us revert to our younger selves
    The power of noticing and knowing the story behind the stories
    A tale of bar mitzvahs and the importance of knowing what memories are real or made up
    Digging into the past while grounded in the present
    Moving from self-judgment to self-compassion

    Where High Achievers Get Through Shit - TOGETHER

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    • 4 min
    Inner Child Work: Getting to Know the Truest You

    Inner Child Work: Getting to Know the Truest You

    We were all children once upon a time. But, as we grow up, we never really lose those sparkly, hopeful, energized, fun, and funny versions of ourselves—they are still with us today. For many members of the Trauma Hiders Club, our inner children are in pain and hiding, waiting to be held and supported. They are waiting to be known and acknowledged.

    If you’re one of those people, know that it’s never too late to support your inner child.

    In this episode, I offer you a practice for getting to know your inner child. I explain how our inner children, when burdened with open wounds and unprocessed trauma, can sabotage our adult experience. I also describe the deep work needed to bring our inner children into the joyful light and share a few questions to ask yourself to start getting to know your inner child.

    “Get to know your inner child by reconnecting with who you were before the world of rules was thrust upon you.” - Karen Goldfinger Baker

    This week on the Trauma Hiders Club Podcast:


    The inner child
    Doing the work to get to know our inner children
    How unprocessed trauma can make our inner children sabotage our adult life
    Getting to know your inner child

    Where High Achievers Get Through Shit - TOGETHER

    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Trauma Hiders Club ‘The Podcast’ with Karen Goldfinger Baker. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.

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    • 4 min
    Healing from Betrayal Trauma with Jewelle (Colwell Boldt) Zehr

    Healing from Betrayal Trauma with Jewelle (Colwell Boldt) Zehr

    Jewelle (Colwell Boldt) Zehr is a certified trauma recovery coach and the creator of The Art of Onward, a platform through which she guides clients to healing and rebuilding their lives after trauma by using the exact strategies that saved her own life. As a coach and trauma survivor, Jewelle focuses on inspiring others in their journeys to true healing and wholeness. In addition to her work as a coach, Jewelle is an award-winning actress, film and TV producer, and author. She is the creator and executive producer of SkyeLove Pictures and an actor and voice-over artist for Dark Horse Talent.

     

    Jewelle joins us today to discuss betrayal trauma and rebuilding your life after surviving it. She opens up about the betrayal trauma she experienced in the summer of 2015 and her journey through healing and recovery. She explains the two dimensions of betrayal trauma and describes what it’s like to lose yourself after experiencing trauma. Jewelle also describes self-sabotage, why people choose chaos over peace, and the kind of work she did to heal from betrayal trauma.

    “We’re not just talking about what someone else did—we’re trying to deal with and trying to heal what we’ve done to ourselves.” - Jewelle Zehr

    This week on the Trauma Hiders Club Podcast:


    What Jewelle’s listening to on repeat in her playlist
    The Art of Onward and what happened to Jewelle in the summer of 2015
    Living in denial with a narcissist and addict
    The impact of betrayal and narcissist trauma
    The tendency to choose the high-firing dopamine hit of discomfort over safety and peace
    Self-sabotage and how perceived control calms down trauma
    Losing yourself and how betrayal trauma can lead to self-betrayal
    Reuniting the different parts of ourselves after experiencing betrayal trauma
    Jewelle’s work as a certified trauma recovery coach
    Why narcissists tap into other people’s empathy, compassion, and kindness
    How trauma and hypervigilance may open us to empathy

    Resources Mentioned:


    Grae Moore on Spotify

    Connect with Jewelle (Colwell Boldt) Zehr:


    The Art of Onward
    The Art of Onward on Instagram
    Heal & Rebuild after Trauma Facebook Group
    Jewelle Zehr on LinkedIn
    Jewelle Zehr on Instagram
    Email: theartofonward@gmail.com

    Where High Achievers Get Through Shit - TOGETHER

    Thanks for tuning into this week’s Trauma Hiders Club ‘The Podcast’ episode with Karen Goldfinger Baker. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.

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    • 40 min
    The Gold-Bricked Road of Truth & Freedom

    The Gold-Bricked Road of Truth & Freedom

    My conversation last week with Tony Bonnici left me thinking deeply about what keeping your word really means, especially for trauma hiders. So many thoughts came up about what it is to break the cycle of manipulators and shadowy liars. And I discovered that the yellow brick road to freedom isn’t built with yellow bricks at all.

    It’s built with gold bricks. And each brick takes you closer to the truth and, eventually, to freedom.

    This week, I share my thoughts on breaking the cycle of trauma by following the gold-bricked road to truth and freedom. I explain how my conversation with Tony encouraged me to dig deeper into what it means to keep your word and how finding your path to truth is the key to breaking the cycle of trauma, manipulation, and lies. I also share how each brick of truth you discover in your own journey takes you one step closer to your destination – freedom from trauma.

    “The bricks aren’t yellow. The bricks are gold. And each brick is it’s own bit of truth.” - Karen Goldfinger Baker

    This week on the Trauma Hiders Club Podcast:


    How my conversation with Tony Bonnici helped me dig deeper into breaking cycles of lies, manipulation, and trauma
    The nuances of living life as a trauma hider
    How truth really does set you free

    Resources Mentioned:


    Emotional Flexibility and Fluidity with Tony Bonnici

    Where High Achievers Get Through Shit - TOGETHER

    Thanks for tuning into this week’s Trauma Hiders Club ‘The Podcast’ episode with Karen Goldfinger Baker. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.

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    • 3 min
    Emotional Flexibility and Fluidity with Tony Bonnici

    Emotional Flexibility and Fluidity with Tony Bonnici

    Tony Bonnici is an entrepreneur and the Founder of Zen Men and The Dojo Integrated Leadership. He has spent the last three decades in entrepreneurship, creating seven successful businesses based in California and Hawaii. Tony has learned to blend ancient wisdom, Zen, and entrepreneurship to generate millions in revenue and to help others succeed in all areas of their lives. In his book, The Dojo: The Ancient Wisdom of Integrative Leadership for the Modern Entrepreneur, Tony teaches his readers how they can become integrated leaders in their relationships, health, and spirituality. Tony is also the Co-leader of the ManKind Project, a global 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering men to live lives of mission and purpose.

    Tony joins me today to discuss emotional flexibility and fluidity and how fathers can model them for their children. He explains what it means to be an “emotionally flexible” man and how one can stay vigilant and present in intense and stressful moments. He describes why it’s important for everyone to experience a rite of passage in their lives. He also discusses how, at 53, he’s still learning from—and stays connected with—his father and underscores the kind of legacy he wants to leave with his children.

     “There are times when it’s okay to feel and times when it’s okay not to.” - Tony Bonnici

    This week on the Trauma Hiders Club Podcast:


    Staying vigilant and present in intense or stressful moments
    What it means to be an emotionally flexible man
    Leading from vulnerability and transparency and Tony’s “rite of passage” work
    What happens if people do not experience a rite of passage
    Keeping your word and how Tony’s father kept his promise
    How Tony’s parents taught him and his siblings through modeling
    Learning and being a student at 53 and how Tony remains connected to his father
    Why Tony says his mom is an undercover agent
    Vulnerability and how it doesn’t make you lose power
    Trusting your gut, sharing your feelings, and other lessons from Tony’s book, The Dojo

    Connect with Tony Bonnici:


    Tony Bonnici Website
    Book: The Dojo: The Ancient Wisdom of Integrative Leadership for the Modern Entrepreneur
    Tony Bonnici on LinkedIn
    Tony Bonnici on Instagram
    Tony Bonnici on Facebook
    Email: Tony@TonyBonnici.com

    Where High Achievers Get Through Shit - TOGETHER

    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Trauma Hiders Club ‘The Podcast’ with Karen Goldfinger Baker. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.

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    Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help me reach more high achievers like you.

    Join me on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn and visit my website to discover the rules of Trauma Club and grab your free download: Discover 5 Ways Your F*****y Is Getting In The Way of The Next Level of Your Success.
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 38 min

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