064 Being a Better Healer, Interview with Susanne Grant

As a survivor of childhood abuse, Susanne left her home, knowing if she stayed, she would die, and if she left, she might have a chance to live. She talks about her realization you can’t make sense out of nonsense. There is nothing that could justify her experiences. This difficult time led her to become a better healer, and allows her to bring closer to others who have experienced trauma.

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Being a Better Healer, Interview with Susanne Grant

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it's ok just to be who you want to be. Because you're perfect just the way you are.

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What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

Being told that I wasn't worth it. That belief that was still so deeply invested in me. I really had to work through that in order to be able to start giving to myself. I just wasn't worth it, so why would you take care of yourself.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

My best friend, who I met in high school. The story he told me about his grandparents and how they fought during the war, it put me on a whole path.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

It’s okay to be you.

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

I love dancing with my little girl.

in order to be the best version I can be of myself I need to put myself first, and there's no shame in... self care isn't selfish.

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Do you have a favorite quote?

Whether something is right or wrong often depends on the person who has done it.

Can you share with us a resource or an app that we can use to help our own self care practice grow?

There are guided meditations at BelindaDavidson.com about cleaning your aura and your energy that are important to me in my work.

What book are you reading right now?

Get Rich, Lucky Bitch, by Denise Duffield Thomas.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

The healing of women, and mother earth as a whole. Helping ladies get back their power.

It's ok to have my own personal boundaries and say

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About This Guest:

Being a Better Healer, Interview with Susanne Grant

When Susanne was pregnant, her past experiences of child abuse put her on a different road of care from her team of midwives. Thanks to the hypnobirthing course she did and learning how to work with her own medical team she had her own positive birth experience in May 2014. This birth gave her a new mission in life and she is now working with women all around the world to help them to heal their (birth) trauma experiences.

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