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Did someone you love and trust betray you in the most painful and devastating way?
Do you feel like no one else in the world understands the pain of being hurt by someone you trusted?
How are fear, doubt, or other negative messages keeping you paralyzed?
You're one of the walking wounded. Millions are walking around imprisoned by wounds of the past. Those wounds came from communities or people that you thought were safe. You trusted them because you felt connected, loved and understood.
Sadly, this trust was horribly broken when views began to differ, when someone in authority or within the community betrayed you or when you didn't get the support you needed at a time when you felt most confused or alone. These wounds are a never ending soundtrack that tell you what you should and should not do, what you should and should not have or who you should and should not accept.