Culture matters! When we are exposed to different cultures and languages our brain develops complex connections. Some people switch languages, some do code-switching, and most adopt gestures and sensibilities of the everyday cultures we are exposed to.
Adapting to a new culture can be hard, but when a good environment is provided and good experiences enrich our lives, children and adults can rapidly develop multiple mechanisms to tackle problems. But what happens when a traumatic experience is also linked to the navigation of different cultural contexts? This is where I come in, to help you learn better understand the linh between mind, brain and body in a culture-rich context to fight against Trauma.
Corona, divorce, relocation, bullying, accidents, abuse, accidents, health issues or grief experiences can have an impact on behavior and brain anatomy, causing physical and emotional pain. The first step towards relief is asking for help.
We can’t erase the past but we can learn to cope with it and live a happy life. Children and adults posses a brain plasticity that facilitates adaptive change. Finding the path to the right coping mechanisms will help overcome traumatizing experiences and heal the wounds.
Healing is a process that requires acknowledgement, the right environment, support and continuity. There is a light at the end of the tunnel.
"what we achieve inwardly will change outer reality." Plutarch
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