Author Archives: Katie Mottram

Jenny shares a bit more of her #emergence journey to integration

‘#EmergingProud through disordered eating, body image and low self-esteem’   As Jenny quite rightly acknowledges; life is a constant growth journey until the day we transition; it takes real courage to admit that transformation is an ongoing process.  Here Jenny … Continue reading

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Eradicating the Current Cultural Consensus of Mental Illness by Mary Clista Dahl

Changing her own perception of what was happening for her emotionally helped transform Mary’s existence as a labelled ‘mental patient’ to living a joyful life as the energetic Soul she knew she was; and consequently, more able to heal in … Continue reading

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“Those who have the courage to own their pain, are actually the ones we need the most” Jeff Brown

“We need the trauma-speakers to save us. Because they are the closest to the truth of all of our lives. Because they are reminders of our misplaced humanness. Because they are the most connected to the feelings that we are … Continue reading

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Kam is KindaProud that she overcame her eating disorder and now helps others

Kam Sokhi from West Sussex, UK has transformed her life by healing emotional wounds from the past that she was trying to control through food; it was only through facing this that Kam was able to emerge through her darkness which … Continue reading

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Sue bravely shares her ‘blooming’ inspirational journey through trauma and abuse to spreading seeds of Warrior hope to others.

The Warrior Awakens If we plant a seed in a desert and it fails to grow, do we ask what is wrong with the seed? No. We must look at the environment around the seed and ask, what must change … Continue reading

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Our first ‘Support Source’ women’s retreat in beautiful rural Norfolk

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#EmergingProud through domestic abuse

This brave and insightful article is anonymous; that is the impact of such prolongued trauma, but the Author has graciously given her permission for it to be shared in the hope that it will reach those it may need to. … Continue reading

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