Today Enjoying my life, being comfortable in my skin, enjoying time with my kids, and no longer feeling inferior or different. The significant difference for me was the entirety of the coaching.... read more - Raj-
"We've barely scratched the surface and yet what you bring to the table is more than I've ever experienced before. The frequency integration work has not only helped me with the abuse issues." Bjorn V.
" It's great being in a place where there are no taboo subjects. .... I realized I cleaned up my story as I disclosed to protect my abuser. No more! No longer! - Ashlan -
This investment is actually producing results already that I want. Bro, this is freakin awesome and my wife agrees. Who knows what the next 9 months will produce."
"Thank you so much for your flexibility and traveling to my location for the intense sessions. Totally worth the investment. Even my confidence, decision-making and strategic thinking have improved
With Thomas coaching along the way and the ability to interact and ask questions, share insights, it's totally better for me than just talk therapy. I'm moving with more confidence and establishing boundaries already.
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""The best complete healing takes place in community not isolation. In community we learn and experience building safe healthy boundaries.If you deny yourself that experience you have denied a crucial part of your healing journey.
Build a safe network
Learn safe healthy boundaries
Be around others with similar experiences
Join a support group via the
"Breaking My Abuse Code" program
"" I enjoyed the virtual support meetings as part of the "Breaking My Abuse " online course.It enriched and built my male survivor network. When I attended the in-peron workshops, I already knew some of the guys.We connected even more
Various Online &In-Person Workshops
Coaching workshop issues
Getting to know other survivors
Charting your healing journey
H.O.W to work through issues
6 Needs for every survivor to become a thriver
Reasons why men don't talk about sexual abuse
Fear Factor: How to face your abuse
The Voice of emotions
Dealing with guilt, shame, and humiliation
Making impactful disclosures
Masculinity: Sexual arousal doesn’t mean what you think
Sabotaging: How does the abuse affect me today
Self-medicating: My Drug of choice
Topics from the group
Goal-setting to thrive: staying the course
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