Updated: Feb 26
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In this episode, Spoon-Fed trauma Co- Host Heather Shares her 1st Experience with Trauma . She dives deep into her childhood trauma. Hear her talk about ages 4-11 and how being raised by a single mother was not a stellar experience. Heather shares how as a child her parents divorced and this left her to be raised by a single mother in poverty until age 11. She explores being a product of low-income housing and living pay check to paycheck with a mother who battled her own demons such as drug abuse and instability. She also explains the distant relationship she has with her father during this time. These crucial years in her life set her up for a life time battle with trauma. This episode is meant to help the listener get to know Co-host Heather so that going forward you have some background information on what brings us to today's Spoon-Fed Trauma podcast. This is a detailed yet brief overlay of these years of Heather's life that will eventually be explored in future episodes in more detail. Reminder this is a safe place to share openly about traumatic experiences and how we got through them. We hope the listener tuning in feels like they are sharing stories with close friends.
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