The SELFHEALERS SOUNDBOARD is a global, community-based healing experience created by Dr. Nicole LePera and Jenna Weakland. Each week, we host raw, unscripted, open conversations about the things we are REALLY dealing with on the journey of facing our pasts and becoming our best Selves. Together, as community, we create resonance with “strangers” around the world as we collectively witness our own triggers, habits, traumas, and inherent wisdom. This is, and always will be, an ad free experience. Subscribe to our SelfHealers Soundboard YouTube channel to view these weekly podcasts with video and connect with us. New episodes every Sunday at 12 PM PST.
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Thanks for giving words to so much of our trauma and learning to heal
To be completely honest, I find it triggering and shaming listening to Jenna talk about how great she is and how wonderful her life turned out despite having a difficult childhood. I am happy for her and she is very fortunate to have not found herself lost and adrift and in pain from her past, but it’s so invalidating listening to someone talk about how easily they turned their adversity into achievements.
It’s like listening to your wisest and most grounded friends speak of their own healing journeys. It’s incredibly powerful, vulnerable and the soothing balm my healing soul is so grateful for. I’m so grateful for you and what you’ve taught me.
What is meant for you will not pass you by. It sounds so hopeful but what if nothing is meant for you or not good things are meant for you. It sounds fatalistic. Better to be active and go and find for yourself what you want in life.
I really enjoyed the first book and even signed up for the self-healers circle. I was going through a difficult time having recently lost my dad and I wanted to heal from a myriad of trauma. I blamed my parents for all of my challenges. To their face. I just wanted them to validate my experience, but of course they weren’t able to because they weren’t on their own ‘self-healing journey’. None of the hosts are parents yet they talk as if they are parenting experts. They are (very) wealthy white w... more
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SelfHealers Soundboard launched 2 years ago and published 104 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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