Hello, all my Name is Nicole Jackson. I am here to start the conversation regarding life past the development of resilience. I completed a study regarding the resilience of women post-childhood maltreatment and their ability to sustain healthy adult relationships. I am excited to share my study results with the community. If you are interested in hearing more, please feel free to contact me. I will shortly post more of a discussion regarding the topic, I first wanted to introduce myself and learn who would be interested in the conversation of how to help survivors live past the development of residence.

Best Regards to all,

Nicole

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Nicole, this sounds very interesting. Certainly based on everything we know your information seems like it will add to an area where additional knowledge would be helpful. I have written a case statement for trauma-informed care where I outline some of the negatives of ACEs and possible solutions. Look forward to hearing yours.  Ellen

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Hello, all my Name is Nicole Jackson. I am here to start the conversation regarding life past the development of resilience. I completed a study regarding the resilience of women post-childhood maltreatment and their ability to sustain healthy adult relationships. I am excited to share my study results with the community. If you are interested in hearing more, please feel free to contact me. I will shortly post more of a discussion regarding the topic, I first wanted to introduce myself and learn who would be interested in the conversation of how to help survivors live past the development of residence.

Best Regards to all,

Nicole

Hi Dr. Jackson,

I'm the community manager of ACEs in Pediatrics, which  includes looking  at upstream efforts to prevent and mitigate ACEs as well as resilience related research. I invite you to join the ACEs in Pediatric community, if you haven't already. Regardless, I'm interested in hearing more about your research. Thanks for putting this out there.

Good evening Laurie,

I would love to join the ACEs in Pediatric community. May you point me in the proper direction?  I am excited to speak about this research it comes from a very personal place which has allowed me to find ways to help others do better as they reach the different stages of development. I would love to speak with you more regarding the study. I have included a link below to the study if you would like to take a glance.

Best Regards,

Dr. Jackson

https://scholarworks.waldenu.edu/dissertations/7017/

 

Hello Coreen,

 

This is awesome, thank you for sharing the clip. I was just speaking to a few individuals regarding completing a documentary to better communicate life after resilience from the point of view of the survivor. I would love to speak with you more and further this conversation. You have hit a huge point in there is a difference between someone surviving CHM and someone who has survived and is thriving in life. I believe there is often a confusion of the two. I found you can survive your encounter with trauma and not thrive due to reliving that trauma or some version thereof daily whether conscious or subconscious.

Best,

Hello Dr. Nicole, 

I would like to offer you 4 tools/exercises to test out and see if they help. ( ACEs IMMUNITY ) I have been on this site for a few months and have not really seen any mention of actually healing ACEs and trauma. It seems like a basic goal to me even if it is a placebo, knowing healing can happen is a good thing. Lots has been done with the polyvagal theory of unfinished fight or flight reaction to stress and abuse. My first exercise is for finishing this fight or flight or "play dead" reaction that is stuck in our autonomic nervous system.  I call it Finding Your Lion Heart. It is presented as an acting exercise to keep it one step away from your actual memories.  All CHM is outer-directed and we are the victim.  This is inner-directed and we are always the victor.  As our wounding is a form of state-bound learning and imprinting we must get close to that original state to reverse and finish the F or F event with a different outcome. ( all imaginary like a video game ) But our body reacts as if it was real plus we are in control. This is the reverse of being out of control. The second exercise is a high quality powerful connected breathing meditation. How to walk your head and mind down to your heart and be in your heart.  At the end when your heart is open you put what you love in your heart. In the first process at the end you destroy worlds. The world of pain and the world of abuse and the world of neglect and so on.  These worlds give you a world view and move your life to be always ready for F or F. So stay stuck in the original adverse set of experiences. The third process is polarity flip flops.  This goes directly to your body and trains your mind to feel the effects of each poll.  Our trauma is held in our body subconsciously in the same place as how we walk.  Over time this exercise trains your body to recognize polarity and be able to move to the opposite with ease. Fear is a poll with an opposite. Stress is the same and on it goes with all subconscious unwanted behavior is really a single habit or reaching for only one poll.  And the last process is talking to the parts of self. This is also key and core to all our relationship outside our skin. Parents kids lovers and business are all modeled on our inner relationships with the parts of self.  Think with this process you can increase your self-love 400% and intelligent decisions by 400% plus do all kinds of trust-building and conflict resolutions.  

The first 4 videos are the ACEs IMMUNITY process. The others are some few videos on why this works.

https://www.youtube.com/playli...gIhMEKCry7UgVofa0J-P

To be effective with Finding your Lion Heart then this video is good also. 

Forgive You and only YOU. 

https://youtu.be/2cj3yuF8NYk

Best of luck

Michael 

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