In this episode, Gregory discusses how intergenerational trauma affected us and how it will affect our children unless we correct it.
In this episode, Gregory discusses how intergenerational trauma affected us and how it will affect our children unless we correct it. Whether it be in the form of physical or sexual abuse or neglect or an assortment of other early childhood trauma (ECT), this trauma may linger and affect the next generation who will pass it on the to the next.
End Intergenerational Trauma
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