Tag: Trauma

Two-for-One: An Adoption Story

by
Bekah Alexander, Adoptive Mom and Program Supervisor for Resource Family & Adoption Services
November, 13, 2019 -

My sons are birth brothers, and they were placed in my home when they were 12 and 16. Unfortunately, their childhoods were splattered with trauma starting from the time they were born. Their birth parents met when they were both foster children themselves. 

A Letter to Our Loved Ones

You are Seen, Heard and Loved
by
Brooke Cone, FCNI Social Worker
November, 8, 2016 -

The holiday season is here. And while a lot of us are happily picking out décor and planning parties, too many of us are struggling and hurting. This time of year can be challenging for many, especially those dealing with mental illness and/or the lasting impact of trauma. In the below piece, Brooke Cone lovingly acknowledges the brave struggles of these Dear Loved Ones. And asks us to pause in our planning, reminding us to be kind, be supportive and be present for those fighting the unseen fight against depression and trauma. 

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