Yolanda Renteria, LPC and I explore how the body stores memories of trauma and how trauma is passed down from generation to generation. Our bodies are wired for survival and store these painful experiences deep within our genetic makeup. Our genetics and trauma survival mechanisms contribute to repeated cycles of abuse.
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