[00:07:13] Tracee: [00:07:13] I would say it was all of the above those things that I thought I was healed from when I had to write them, I recognized that I still needed further healing. And I also recognize that healing is a perpetual process.
[00:07:28] It is never over. We’re always evolving and we’re growing. And one of the things that stand out for me is that. Uh, and I, I had heard someone speak on trauma triggers and trying, so my actual triumph where I am is going to trigger my trauma giver. Um, so we’re all in different stages of trauma. We all have a responsibility in my opinion, and what works [00:08:00] for me and what I want to help the readers understand is.
[00:08:03] Don’t attempt to do it all at one time. And so that’s why, as I wrote the book and I went through the stages of my life, I invite the reader at each section to stop and identify with the thing in that time of your life that may have caused you trauma because trauma is cumulative and it’s almost like compounding interest in the bank because when you have a trauma, what you typically do is you begin to.
[00:08:31] Have a lens that is shaded by that trauma. So everything you’re looking at from that point forward has that trauma lens on you. So if we don’t deal with the trauma in that space, it then lays over into the next space and then it lays over into the next space. So talk about, we love compounding interest when it comes to our money, but we don’t want compounding interest when it comes to our trauma, we want to be able to deal with them.
[00:08:57] And be able to reframe them in a [00:09:00] way that’s going to be beneficial to us so that they don’t then affect everything else in our life.