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That Thing About Managing Intergenerational Trauma

That Thing About Managing Intergenerational Trauma

Update: 2022-09-21
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In this episode: Domestic Violence, Narcissistic Abuse, Parental Alienation and Intergenerational Family Trauma! We are going to have a conversation with a woman whose life journey experienced each one of those traumas, and then experienced an epiphany when she says God came to her garage sale. She wrote about it and now dedicates her life to helping others through their ordeals. I’m your host Michael Herst and this is One More Thing Before You Go

My Guest in this episode is Dr. Marni Hill Foderaro whose life was forever changed after experiencing numerous trauma induced “Spiritually Transformative Encounters (also known as STE’s)” and is an award-winning author, speaker, and educator. Her unique Spiritual fiction “God Came to My Garage Sale” is an inspirational fiction vignette collection of Spiritual Miracles inspired by true events, experienced at an ordinary garage sale by an Atheist woman who encounters numerous Ethereal people and Divine events, challenging her long-held belief system and forever transforming her life. After surviving Family Trauma which led her to being open to the Universe signs and synchronicities, she began writing to heal, with a 5-book series is entitled: “True Deceit False Love” addresses Domestic Violence, Narcissistic Abuse, Parental Alienation, and Intergenerational Family Trauma. We’re going to have a conversation about her amazing journey



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That Thing About Managing Intergenerational Trauma

That Thing About Managing Intergenerational Trauma

Michael R Herst