Quick Trauma Recovery Advice

This was my most popular Pinterest post of the week. So repeating it here. We are all trauma victims in one way or another. That said, the current push to view Politically Incorrect Words as the equal of bodily blows demeans trauma victims and weakens those who would do better to as my mother said: …

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THINKING ABOUT WHAT MATTERS

War is the most exciting and dramatic thing in life. In fighting to the death you feel terribly relaxed when you manage to come through. Do you know who said this?  He also said this: If you want to make peace, you don’t talk to your friends. You talk to your enemies. The first sounds …

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Parents

Knowing what’s normal and what signals a major brain disorder is difficult.  It becomes harder when a child does well in one place and not another.  Some keep it together at home and act up at school, some can’t do school and act out there.  This article touches on some of the complexities. Diagnosing kids’ …

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