(Video-Interview): Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences: Glenn R. Schiraldi, Ph.D

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What can you do if you are suffering from the hidden wounds from toxic childhood stress?

People who experience adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) often ask, “Am I stuck with this suffering?
Is there anything that can help me feel normal?
What can I do to heal?
How do I find the right help?
Fortunately, there are many effective coping skills to try that could help you find your way through healing even before you get professional help.

Would you like to learn some practical steps so you can empower yourself despite all your past experiences?
In this episode of ‘Happy and Healthy Mind with Dr. Rozina,’ our guest, Dr. Glenn Schiraldi shared some practical exercises for overcoming ACEs from his newest book, The Adverse Childhood Experiences Recovery Workbook.

Glenn R. Schiraldi, Ph.D., retired Lt. Colonel has served on the stress management faculties at the Pentagon, the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, and the University of Maryland School of Public Health. He is the founder of Resilience Training International (www.ResilienceFirst.com), which teaches people how to prevent and recover from stress-related conditions.

Watch this video so you can reduce your suffering, improve happiness, improve your health and overall functioning.

In this interview, you will learn:

0:00 min – Introduction

03:04 min – The Importance of Recognizing Adverse Childhood Experiences

06:25 min – The effects of ACEs in someone’s life

10:17 min – The 10 most commonly reported Adverse Childhood Experiences

12:59 min – Steps for recovering from Adverse Childhood Experiences

14:05 min – Rewiring your brain for recovery by optimizing brain health, brain function, and mood

18:53 min – Tools for overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences

19:58 min – 5-minute foot to head stress reducer

33:43 min – Helpful resources for overcoming ACEs

36:07 min – Calming technique: Kneading

38:53 min- Special of the day: How traumatic or adverse experiences affect your biology

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Remember, whatever happened in the past was not in your control, but what you do now is in your control.

Take steps to heal, get better. Every day is a new opportunity. Try to get better at least one percent each day so you could be the best version of yourself.

Dedicated to your health and happiness,

Dr. Rozina

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