Today on the podcast I have the honour to dive deep into loss and trauma with Rachelle Spencer, who I’ve known since 2016. She has experienced multiple miscarriages and an abusive, toxic relationship. Rachelle is proud of who she has become not because but despite of her grief and trauma.
Rachelle found the support of a therapist instrumental in her healing and in making healthy decisions:
I know you mentioned therapist, but that was hugely instrumental for me to have a safe place, a sounding board. I don’t want to underestimate how big that was because I was figuring things out and learning to make decisions on my own. There was one person that completely supported whatever decision I made and trusted me to figure it out.Rachelle Spencer
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About this week’s guest
Rachelle Spencer is an entrepreneur and mom in Baltimore, Maryland (USA). She started her handmade jewellery business after she lost 4 children to early miscarriage. She now has a son, daughter, and another little one on the way. She spends most of her time doing photography, reading children’s books, or trying her hand out at a new creative outlet.
Instagram: @rachelle. isms
Topics discussed in this episode
- Multiple miscarriages
- Toxic relationship leading to divorce
- Educating children, helping them understand how to deal with emotions, consent, trauma etc
- Co-parenting and parenting as a blended family
- The value of therapeutic support
- Secondary losses
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