Self-healing is a robust process of personal growth and transformation. It involves taking responsibility for one’s emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual health and well-being. Through self-healing, we can learn to nurture ourselves, manage our emotions, and create healthy relationships with others. In this article, we’ll explore the importance of self-healing, discuss the benefits of self-healing, and provide recommendations for getting started on your self-healing journey.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in 2022, an estimated 16.3 million adults in the United States will have experienced a major depressive episode in the past year. This number is expected to increase to 17.2 million by 2031. While many deal with trauma daily, some people feel like there are no real ways to truly heal past the significant burden of trauma.
However, one renowned emotional health expert says that despite the negativity, there are ways that everyone can truly heal and be happy.
Rebeccah Silence is a leading coach for emotional healing and relationships. She is the author of Coming Back to Life, host of “The Healing IS Possible Experience” and the “Tougher Together Breakthrough” Podcast, as well as creator of “The Emotional Survival Kit” Course.
Rebeccah says she teaches how to become your own healer and love; and how we can learn to trust ourselves and be our best self for others and the world.
She has learned from her own trials and tribulations how to use trauma to her advantage as she lives what she teaches. Silence says her life has been far from easy, but today, it’s truly a dream come true.
“I am a survivor of childhood trauma and abuse and was diagnosed with stage 3 cancer while pregnant,” says Rebeccah.
Yet, despite the pain that she went through, she learned how to ‘self heal’ and has since powerfully used that knowledge to support countless individuals, couples, and families to heal and process even the most intense experiences.
Rebeccah teaches that healing is possible—no matter the circumstance. She believes that everyone can heal and be happy and that it is possible to create a life of love, joy, and connection.
Trauma is currently on the rise. According to the National Center for PTSD, it is projected that approximately one in five adults in the United States will have experienced a traumatic event in their lifetime. In 2022, an estimated 27 million adults in the United States admitted that they experienced a traumatic event during their life. This number is expected to increase to a startling 34 million by 2031.
Now, more than ever, emotional health and well-being is important, and luckily experts like Rebeccah Silence are here to help (and people need it). She is passionate about her work and she knows the power of self-healing and wants others to benefit from it as well.
She says, “I want readers to know that they are more powerful than any circumstance, diagnosis, or past trauma. I want them to know how to be emotionally clear and in control over their lives no matter what. I want them to know that they are more powerful than anything that has happened or could ever happen.”
It’s natural to feel helpless in the face of a traumatic experience. This can make it difficult to cope with the emotional challenge of trauma. In order to overcome this challenge and heal, it is crucial to understand that you are not alone and can heal. Rebeccah Silence is a shining example that:
It is absolutely possible to heal from trauma, and it is possible to move forward in life.
According to Rebeccah, You have the power to begin your healing on your own, or with the help of a trusted friend or family member, or, if you feel comfortable doing so, with the help of an expert like her.
Many people have no idea how to heal themselves after a traumatic experience. Some people have a hard time talking about or dealing with it, but Rebeccah Silence says it loudly:
“You have the power to love and self-heal.”
If you’d like to learn more about Rebeccah’s story, be sure to check out her website, where you can begin your journey and how to take control of your trauma and self-heal with love. She can also be found on Instagram, Tik Tok, LinkedIn, and Twitter.