Let’s Talk Trauma

  Let’s Talk Trauma By Eva Angvert Harren I don’t know how much I know now about trauma. I don’t know how much more I know about trauma today versus 25+ years ago when I started learning about trauma. I have read 20+ books on trauma alone and another 500 books on self-improvement and enlightenment.…
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July 8, 2019 0
The Audacity of Self-Acceptance

Audacious Self-Acceptance

By Eva Angvert How is my behavior? Am I showing up in the world the way I want to? Remember the saying, “Your actions speak so loud I can’t hear what you’re saying.”? What are my actions…your actions? Do they fit how we see ourselves? Here I am teaching about behaviors – how not to…
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March 6, 2019 0


By Eva Angvert Harren, BEAM LiFE Coaching @ 510.825.7574 Do you feel that you cannot stop doing “it”? Do you have such a craving, you cannot stop thinking about “it” – until you satisfy “it”? Whatever “it” is, it seems to have snuck into your body-mind consciousness and is slowly altering your feelings, your thoughts…even…
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January 2, 2019 0

Trauma In A Foreign Country

Trauma in a Foreign Country – A Life without Meaning until… By Eva Angvert Harren What happens when you leave your roots, your “home,” where you “belong?” How do you connect and establish your Self? How do you find your tribe? How do you belong…again? Or, did you ever belong…because you’re the one who left!?…
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August 9, 2018 0

February’s Balance and Behaviors

As we moved from January, focusing on the body, into February, focusing on behaviors, we can see how they might be connected. How we feel will affect how we behave. How balanced we are in our body will affect how we feel about our self. How we feel about our self affects our judgments of…
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February 22, 2018 0

January’s Balance & Body

So, it’s that time of year again. I put on a couple of pounds over the Holidays, followed by a little anxiety grumbling in the background, “I can’t believe I did it again!” This Holiday I was going to be ‘good’. It happened so quickly! I just had one (ONE!) cookie, one chip, one piece…
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January 26, 2018 2

Is “Normal” Different for Those with Autism?

Is there a “normal”? Where does that word come from, and how come it has such power? Statements other people throw at you, such as “That’s not normal.” or “You’re not normal.”, can set you on a downward spiral into a life of isolation and addiction. Behaviors or habits that divert from the social norm…
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April 16, 2017 0

How Someone on the Autism Spectrum Finds Friendship

  I used to look around and see people in groups, congregating, laughing, and looking happy. They seemed confident, as though they knew what they were talking about…were having fun. I didn’t know them as close friends, but I had seen them before. So I would tell myself, “I think I’ll go and join them.”…
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March 22, 2017 0

When I Slept in the Back of a Car

I was 29 and clueless! The sad part of the story is that I didn’t know how to get help. I didn’t know I should get help. I didn’t know there was help…for people like me. I didn’t know my life could be different. The thoughts that were swirling in my head were about survival,…
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March 11, 2017 0

Social Blindness is not a life sentence. Social Ease is possible!

Social Blindness is not a life sentence. Social Ease is possible! By Eva Angvert Harren, Core Coach and Educator After years of dealing with anxiety and panic attacks I have found a place of peace and comfort. What I can say about that journey is that it was unnecessarily long. Had I known then what…
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February 21, 2017 0