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How infertility helped me deal & heal from my childhood sexual abuse trauma with Emma Brodzinski

Updated: Dec 13, 2019


Today we have on the beautiful Emma who bravely and unselfishly shares her past childhood traumas of sexual and mental abuse.


Emma shares with us how her infertility shined a big spotlight on the fact she hadn’t dealt with her past childhood traumas of sexual and mental abuse and why she felt those past experiences were contributing to her infertility.


Emma decided to take hold of her life, and during her fertility treatments, she taught herself how to survive and thrive during the invasive procedures.


SHOW NOTES:

5:12 Emma’s story

9:45 What Emma started to do to improve her chances

14:00 Emma’s understanding on how the sexual abuse she suffered during her teen years lead her to disconnect with her own body

20:00 Phantom pregnancy

22:00 Looking at every situation in a positive way - even the darkest of darks

26:00 Dealing with the vulnerability of being in an IVF clinic & how Emma took control of her space & treatment

32:00 Take control of your journey & your power back

40:15 Not caring what others think when you bring mindfulness, & meditation into you life.

46:46 Diet changes Emma introduced


Connect with Emma over on her website


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Anything written or said about health and diet are our opinions, that we have formed over the years, through trial and error, study, reading, listening and observing. What worked for us, may not work for you. We are not doctors, nutritionists or dieticians and all medical advice should be gotten from a qualified professional. Any product recommendations are based on what we used during our infertility journeys or wished we had.


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