Dec 17, 2021
Sherry and Carla kick off this
week talking about why you may want to go on that second date, even
if the first one didn’t blow you out of the water. Then, they
welcome Licensed Clinical Psychologist Dr. Quincee Gideon to the
show. As an advocate and doctor for trauma recovery and
co-dependency, Dr. Quincee is adamant about helping people live
their full and most meaningful life despite a history of trauma or
chronic people-pleasing. She discusses the importance of building
trust in yourself and being in your body, her virtual education
platform called Traumastery, the Big and Little “T’s” of trauma and
why both matter, and how trauma comes in all shapes and
What You’ll Hear In This Episode:
- A Love Fix question on what to do when you
notice avoidant tendencies popping up immediately after the first
- Dr. Quincee’s story of trauma work started with
trauma. She suffered the traumatic death of a roommate and loved
one, and then spent time traveling and working in a war zone in
- What is “Big T” and “Little T” trauma? How are
they similar, and how do they differently manifest in our body and
- Dr. Quincee explains complex PTSD, and
discusses how whichever modalities work best for you to help you
heal from the trauma, is one to keep doing.
- Find out more about Dr. Quincee’s
Course in Co-Dependency, along with ways to work with Sherry and Carla on overcoming codependency, dating, a break-up,
healing from toxic relationships, and gaining
- Why do trauma survivors tend to be empathic and
have a strong intuition?
- How do those who have suffered trauma begin to
trust their own choices and get realigned with their needs and
- Why slowing down and giving yourself the gift
of time is so powerful.
- What stored trauma in the body can look
- “Feelings aren’t facts.” -
- “My story of trauma starts with trauma.” - Dr.
- “We've got to move from from fear to faith -
- “I think that's why codependent love addicts
are so obsessive, because they don't allow themselves the time and
go right to obsession.” - Sherry
- “Time and slowing down seem to be so helpful.
If you can allow yourself, it's like the biggest gift you can give
yourself is time. - Dr. Quincee
- “Trauma happens in different sizes and
shapes.” - Dr. Quincee
- “We’ve got to get reacquainted with our bodies
instead of being enemies with ou bodies.” - Dr.
- “I find that relationships are so powerful in
helping us understand our dynamics.” - Dr.
- “I would say for trauma survivors, particularly
those with complex PTSD, getting close to themselves is the most
terrifying thing that could be offered along the way.” - Dr.
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