Face Your ACEs

Maybe, like lots of folks, your childhood was just fine. Maybe, like Carol and a substantial percentage of the rest of folks, you lived a childhood of trauma and a young adulthood of hot mess.

Wherever you are on that long continuum, from just fine, to trauma and hot mess, you can always use more of two strengths: self-awareness and emotional intelligence. If your childhood was the trauma-mess version of life, this page is especially for you.

You are not stuck with what you grew up with.

And the SASS, Carol’s Self-Aware Success Strategies, may be just what you need just now. Your history of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) needs your attention. Start learning about ACEs with this simple chart and jump into a virtual seat in one of Carol’s monthly SASSy Sunday Salons.

Take this free gift opportunity to explore the healing possibilities that live under your problematic history.

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SASSy Sunday Salons are open to anyone who wants to discuss the seven Self-Aware Success Strategies and their daily application in life. Salons are “open house” style, so it’s fine if you can’t stay the full 90 minutes. Come a little late if you need to, leave a little early if you must. Just bring your best S.E.L.F.!

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