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Combat Your Triggers by Gently Leaning into Them

Through some work, some play, and some intentional exercises, you can find relief from what upsets you most. Here’s how.

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PTSD is a lot more common than we think. We used to think post-traumatic stress was limited to soldiers, natural disaster survivors, and people who survived sexual assault. But more

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Courtney Christine

Courtney Christine

Storyteller, social worker, solo parent. Fan of triads & alliteration. Believer that you’re doing your best, given what’s happened to you. FB @courtneycwrites

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