This week on the Your Shining Self podcast, I had the privilege of chatting with Riana Milne.
During the episode Riana hones in on three key things:
- How Childhood, Dating & Relationship Trauma & Unconscious Emotional Triggers Impact our Adult Life & Love Relationships
- Ten Adverse Childhood Events that Sabotage Relationships
- What the Emotionally Healthy, Evolved & Conscious Relationship looks like
Connect with Riana:
- Social Media
- Website – you'll find free gifts on the site!
Riana Milne is a Certified, Global Life & Love Coach, a Cert. Clinical Trauma & Addictions Professional, a Certified Mindfulness Coach, #1 Bestselling author, the Host of her Podcast called Lessons in Life & Love™, an Educational Speaker, and is a Certified Mindset Coach and Licensed Mental Health Counselor for close to 20 years living in Palm Beach County, Florida.
She was also a Life & Dating Coach for the Docu-Series; Radical Dating – Finding Lasting Love Over 40 (and her client is now happily married!). Riana specializes in those who have had past Childhood or Relationship Trauma; and offers VIP, 1-on-1 Coaching and Online Virtual Group Programs for both Singles & Couples at her LifeandLoveTrainingAcademy.com
Riana’s free App: Lessons in Life & Love on the Go! offers many videos and her podcast. Her 5-star rated books; the #1 Bestseller, LOVE Beyond Your Dreams – Break Free of Toxic Relationships to Have the Love You Deserve – and – LIVE Beyond Your Dreams – from Fear and Doubt to Personal Power, Purpose, and Success addresses Life Difficult Transitions, Personal Transformation, The Mindset for Success, and having Loving Conscious Relationships with yourself and others.
Riana’s website is: www.RianaMilne.com where you can download sample chapters of her two books, and arrange to meet with her for a private, Life & Love Transformation Discovery Session & Assessment.
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This is a juicy episode. I like hearing about her research and experience in working with people.
I got hung up with you Tish when she mentioned people with a sense of humor having childhood trauma and needing to beware of them.
I don’t doubt the possibility of childhood trauma in comedians, I’ve read enough biographies and heard enough interviews to support that. Applying this to all people with a good sense of humor strikes me as questionable.
Thanks for commenting Kelly! Yeah, I’m still hung up on that whole good sense of humor thing – I know soooo many people who are funny/have a good sense of humor & I’m not fully on board with the fact they all have unresolved childhood trauma.