7QT for Catholic Trauma Survivors 23Oct2020

Here’s me, doing my bit to participate weekly in Kelly’s Seven Quick Takes over at This Ain’t the Lyceum.

So here’s…

This Week’s Resources for Catholic Trauma Survivors

Takes. Best described as quick. Seven of them.

The monarchs are flying over our neighborhood these days. Image via Unsplash.
  1. Laura Patangan over at Catholic Mom writes about hurts, seen and unseen, in “Tree Trauma and Forward Thinking.”
  2. Chantal Howard, also over at Catholic Mom, writes about how little we parents actually do control in her piece “Let the Weeds and the Wheat Grow Together.”
  3. Increasing sleep leads to better PTSD outcomes. It’s worth noting.
  4. I wrote a memoir about abuse. That doesn’t mean you’re entitled to every detail.” As an abuse survivor with a book on the way, this article gave me lots of food for thought. As a reader, you may gain some food for thought as well.
  5. Why unloved daughters normalize and rationalize abuse.”
  6. Changing up the schedule a bit, since it looks like gospel journal page subscribers take a week or so to get to their emails, So, next Sunday’s gospel journaling page for trauma survivors goes out before midnight. If you missed it, please sign up here to get yours free through the end of November, 20202.
  7. I also invite you to join in some discussion over on my Broken Grown-up Nation Facebook page.

Meanwhile, here’s a printable! Sort of. Not mine. If you can credit the original source, please comment with it below.

Do you have anything to add to this list? I’d add “Maintenance of relationship between parent-child.”

Also, let me know how I may pray for you? Meanwhile, make sure you give Kelly & the SQT crew a look see.

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