Guest and Somatic Coach Marina Yanay-Triner (interviewed by your host, Christine Eartheart) shares powerful insights into the ways trauma impacts our closest relationships, including some of the topics below…
3:35 – How to tell if your emotions are dysregulated
6:09 – Don’t blame yourself – it’s an automatic response
6:40 – A good reminder when we lash out at our partners
7:03 – The body knows what the mind forgets
8:45 – Hear about a time when Marina entered the “preparation for death” phase after an encounter with her partner
11:35 – When feeling triggered, it’s important for us to identify the memory, belief or instance that caused us to dysregulate
12:58 – A reminder to direct our pain/grief/rage to the past where it belongs, not onto our current relationship
14:05 – If you aren’t sure where your trauma came from because you’ve blocked out the memory, there is still a path to healing.
15:08 – The paradox of healing – when we need to process our emotions but aren’t able to feel them to begin with
16:48 – Learn to feel little chunks of emotions first
18:45 – Marina teaches us how to tune into our bodies
21:00 – The power of water and why swimming or taking a bath feels so good
25:05 – Trauma isn’t just about specific events but rather becomes a patterned response to how we show up everywhere in our lives.
26:47 – Before and After – What relationships look like once healing begins
31:05 – How to support your partner when they are upset
37:32 – An inspiring message to do the hard work of healing
40:00 – Tips to bring passion back into a relationship that is struggling
Marina Yanay-Triner is a Compassionate Somatic Coach. As a trauma-informed coach, Marina works with clients to go deep into the roots of behavioral patterns that hold them back from experiencing life to its fullest, looking at childhood-rooted beliefs, emotions, behavioral patterns, and the unconscious to create massive transformation. Marina uses body-based approaches, including mindful self compassion, nervous system regulation, and emotional healing to support a connection back to the body, strengthen their connection with their intuition, and flourish!
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