Trauma


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3 Helpful Books for Understanding Trauma

posted on April 5, 2021

When it comes to trauma, we can never be too informed as foster and adoptive parents. Reading books about trauma can help us to frame our children's behavior and struggles in a new way. It helps us approach them with compassion and kindness because we have a better understanding of where they have been and how that impacts their brains and behaviors.… Read More

Trauma Impacts the Whole Family: An Interview with Lisa Qualls

posted on March 29, 2021

In this interview, Lisa Qualls, writer of The Connected Parent and at One Thankful Mom, shares how trauma has impacted her and her family. In this interview, Lisa shares ways that she has experienced trauma as a birth mom, ways her family has experienced trauma because of adoption, and how she has experienced hope and healing through it all.… Read More

Trauma & Felt Safety

posted on March 16, 2021

Even after years of being in our homes, children may still not feel safe, even though we know that they are safe. We as parents know that we will protect our children at all costs, making sure they have food, shelter, and safety. However, children who have experienced trauma come from a place where their needs were not met. They still may not feel safe.… Read More

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Redemption in Secondary Trauma

posted on March 8, 2021

This blog was written by Karly Pancake and originally appeared on her blog, Foster Truth. In the last couple of weeks, my prayer journal has been filled with equal amounts of grief and gratitude. One night, I go to bed…… Read More