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A somewhat heavy post on a somewhat heavy day, yet still offering resources to recover our resilience. Today is the 19th anniversary of 9/11 – the anniversary of a day […]
Today, November 11, is the 101st anniversary of the official end of World War I, “the war to end all wars.” Wars haven’t ended. The deaths, injuries, and PTSD from […]
We all recognize that we can “inherit” patterns of trauma responses – anxiety, depression, anger – by growing up in families where the unresolved anxiety, depression, anger of parents, grandparents, […]
When my friend Tracy called this morning with “It’s been a tough week,” I put down my breakfast, sat on the couch, and settled in for a deep listen. Her […]