Dealing with unresolved and unhealed trauma from youth is not easy, but so important for personal growth. In this episode, Joseph speaks with Davette Wheat about her trauma from her first love and how she uses numerology to better understand her life purpose.
She had an amazing childhood and grew up in a family where her parents deeply loved each other, but she found herself in an emotionally and physically abusive relationship. This caused her to become very self-destructive and destructive in her own relationships.
She met her ex-husband in high school. She believed that him being emotionally abusive was just him caring about her. The relationship became abusive, and he hit her when she was pregnant with their second child. She held resentment for him for 14 years.
After this abuse, and heartbreak from the man she dated after her husband, she realized she didn’t want to take anyone’s bs anymore. She is now a coach for women and is a Christian numerologist. She has found her purpose and reason for life by understanding numbers. Numbers and numerology are all over the bible, and it ties into who we are. There is a reason you were born, and she has found that numerology is the best way to find out. She uses numerology in her past job as a collector and now uses it in her coaching program to help people in a way that will help them.
On this episode:
Why your life path number is so important
How to find your life path.
Realizing that it is not her job to stay with an abusive man.
Realizing that you don’t need anybody. You can function without anyone. They are not your identity
You can’t change people, only the holy spirit can change people.
She didn’t know it was okay to put herself first.
She now teaches her daughters to set their boundaries.
She didn’t know it was okay to put herself first, but slowly she learned that it is okay.
“A huge thing for me was learning to love myself.”
“I am grateful to have gone through the fire and to find where the light was”
“There is so much freedom when you take off that jacket and realize, that was not your identity.”
“You can want someone to be the best more for someone than they want it themselves”
“The only way we can influence people is if we change ourselves for the better”
“Sometimes the best change for people is letting that individual go.”