Hello. I'm Amy Choiniere and I would like to discuss with you in person, on your podcast, how I have been able to handle trauma. You may know a case or five that have been on the news. Thank you, Amy LChoiniere


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Ways to share my story about trauma.


Sharing your story about trauma can be empowering and healing. Here are some ways to share your personal experiences:

  1. Writing: Consider writing about your trauma, which can include journaling or authoring a book. Include the facts of the experience, emotions felt at the time, and any links between the experience and your present or future. This practice can aid in emotional processing and neuroplasticity, and it's vital to write for yourself, not with the intention for others to read it, unless that is your ultimate goal 1.

  2. Public Speaking: Share your story through speaking engagements, which can range from informal gatherings to larger conferences or events. This method is a way to reach others who may have had similar experiences.

  3. Podcast Appearances: You can reach out to relevant podcasts, like the , to discuss your story. Podcasts often explore a wide range of topics and can be an insightful platform to share and discuss personal trauma.

  4. Social Media and Blogs: Using social media platforms or personal blogs, you can share your experiences with a broader audience. This may involve writing posts, recording videos, or even starting a series discussing your journey.

  5. Therapy and Support Groups: Sometimes sharing your story within the context of therapy or support groups can provide a supportive space filled with individuals who understand and can offer empathetic feedback.

Remember that telling your story can provoke different types of arousal and emotional responses. It may feel cathartic, but it can also bring up intense feelings. It's important to find the right support, potentially including professional help, as you navigate how to share your story and deal with the emotions that come with it 2.

Writing for Healing

Andrew Huberman discusses the importance of a writing protocol for healing, emphasizing the inclusion of facts, emotions, and links to negative experiences. He highlights the benefits of this practice, including improved mental health and neuroplasticity.

Huberman Lab

A Science-Supported Journaling Protocol to Improve Mental & Physical Health