Updated: Feb 16, 2021
If you are a parent or caregiver, it can be easy to hear about intergenerational trauma and begin to blame yourself because you now realize you're screwing up your kids.
But I want to share that I'm a parent who's a therapist, but also divorced, in a blended family, and co-parenting with a narcissist, so I'm screwing up my kids too!
Research shows that we can heal and break some cycles within one generation. In this video, I share about how to be self aware so you can begin to repair those mistakes and teach your children to do things differently.
If you're ready to break those cycles and show your kids how, I'd love to help you. Send me a DM on Instagram if you're serious about finding out how we can work together.
Cassandra Solano, LCSW
Do You Struggle with Trusting Yourself?
Hi there! I've created a free guide to help you Trust Yourself again (or maybe for the first time). This is not a replacement for therapy or working directly with a skilled practitioner, but it will give you support on your journey. Included are journaling prompts, education on how trauma impacts our connection with ourselves, and 5 steps to start trusting yourself more.