When we have experienced sexual trauma or an event that has The trauma, is not who we are, and when we no longer define ourselves by it, we realise that we are not and never were broken.damaged how safe we feel in our own skin and the world around us, we can believe ourselves to be broken.

We can take this idea to form what appears to be truth and therefore our identity.

This deepens our resistance to being in our body, our sensuality and the world, for a disconnect is formed and we deem our body, the world as unsafe and painful.

The trauma, is not who we are, and when we no longer define ourselves by it, we realise that we are not and never were broken.