Gratitude and The Trauma-Sensitive Approach

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Thanksgiving is upon us and with it comes people sharing a meal and discussing how grateful they are for their lives and their loved ones. However, it is vital to understand that not everyone is grateful, but they feel pain in its place.

This article will explore a different approach to gratitude that is trauma-sensitive.

Thanksgiving Rubbish

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I am an author/speaker/grant writer living among the corn and bean fields of Illinois in the U.S.

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Shirley J. Davis

Shirley J. Davis

I am an author/speaker/grant writer living among the corn and bean fields of Illinois in the U.S.

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