Being In My Body
“Every sentence of this book has resonated with me, in such unexpected ways. And, intimacy being what it is when I’m scared, I couldn’t know other people felt these ways until you dared to write it down. Thank you, Toni.”
Ellie Marie Moore, PhD; LCSW
245-Page Book Being In My Body: What You Might Not Have Known About Trauma, Dissociation and the Brain explores developmental trauma, something that happens when we perceive our adult caretakers as unavailable, scared or scary instead of calm, present, and available in our very early years. The wiring that results from these early interactions determines what we do with emotions and how our bodies respond to other people.
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