Trauma experienced by women in their past can have a significant impact on their adult lives. Trauma can manifest in various ways, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and difficulty in forming and maintaining relationships. Trauma can also lead to self-destructive behaviors, such as substance abuse and eating disorders.
Women who have experienced trauma may also have difficulty trusting others and may struggle with feelings of guilt and shame. They may also have difficulty expressing themselves emotionally and feeling safe in their own bodies.
Jakub Wolanski has created a program that helps women break free from their past traumas in just 5 weeks. The program is a signature system that he has been using for the past 6 years and has been proven to assist women to break free from their past quickly.
The program, called “FREEDOM”, is offered through his business, Ultimate Me, and is designed to assist women who have survived traumatic events such as sexual abuse, domestic violence, and emotional abuse.
Jakub’s journey to becoming a coach began when he was 19 years old and was attacked in his own driveway. He states he was fortunate that they were not very good at what they came to do, and he walked away with relatively minor injuries. But he knew the worst was yet to come – the emotional damage that was to haunt him for years to come.
After years of seeking help from psychologists, psychiatrists, and counsellors, Jakub Wolanski found little response to the sessions and even tried drugs to assist with the anxiety, which he says made him “feel like a zombie”. Thanks to insomnia and infomercials, Jakub came across his first experience of personal development and found it to be a game changer.
According to Jakub, “The trauma’s from our past often leave a toxic residue of side effects, like anxiety, lack of self-worth, confusion about who they are and what their purpose is, insomnia and constant exhaustion are some of the main ones. And unfortunately for many women; talking about it, journaling or meditating just won’t totally resolve or heal the past.”
He states, “After being a survivor myself and struggling for over 12 years to find the solution so I could live my life free from the past, I had almost given up. Until I came across this specific system designed to assist people who had survived a traumatic event. And it worked for me, quicker than I ever thought possible. I knew this was something I had to master and share with other survivors.”
Hiring a trauma coach can be incredibly beneficial for women who have experienced trauma. A trauma coach can provide a safe, non-judgmental space for women to process and work through their experiences. They can also provide tools and techniques to help women cope with the aftermath of trauma, such as anxiety, depression, and difficulty in forming and maintaining relationships.
Additionally, a trauma coach can help women to set and achieve goals for their future, and to create a sense of purpose and meaning in their lives. It is a powerful way for women to take control of their own healing process, and to move forward in a positive direction.