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When things are hard: Taking care of ourselves and each other

When things are hard: Taking care of ourselves and each other

“The only way to survive is by taking care of one another.”  Grace Lee Boggs   Back when I used to be able to go hiking, I loved it. A dear friend and I would go on ridiculous adventures that we were generally not well prepared for. On one such uphill trek, with...

Not Just Deep Breathing: Mindfulness Outside of Meditation

Not Just Deep Breathing: Mindfulness Outside of Meditation

Mindfulness meditation is a common technique used for healing from trauma. But a lot of these practices, at least in the traditional sense, can present challenges for trans and nonbinary survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, or hate-fueled...

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In an interview with the Trevor Project, Diné talks about the importance of boundaries, and being able to express your emotions about systemic problems facing BIPOC LGBTQ+ people: “Healing begins with you, and it is quite a journey as well, but it is worth it. You are worthy of so much.”

#MentalHealth #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #MHAM #MoreThanEnough #TransSurvivors #Healing

[Image: Text on a pink grid background, surrounded by graphics of a flower, a branch, and dots. Text: “Mental Health Awareness Month. ‘It is also ok to cry and allow yourself to feel; whether it is joy, laughter, anger, or grieving. All the emotions. Learn to communicate and express your emotions... For us within the BIPOC community, we are not allowed to feel and that is a systemic problem that I hope changes as we talk more about mental health and the need for support for BIPOC and our mental health. Healing begins with you, and it is quite a journey as well, but it is worth it. You are worthy of so much.’ - Charlie A. Scott (Diné) (they/them/she/her).” FORGE logo.]
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In an interview with the Trevor Project, Diné talks about the importance of boundaries, and being able to express your emotions about systemic problems facing BIPOC LGBTQ+ people: “Healing begins with you, and it is quite a journey as well, but it is worth it. You are worthy of so much.”

#MentalHealth #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #MHAM #MoreThanEnough #TransSurvivors #Healing

[Image: Text on a pink grid background, surrounded by graphics of a flower, a branch, and dots. Text: “Mental Health Awareness Month. ‘It is also ok to cry and allow yourself to feel; whether it is joy, laughter, anger, or grieving. All the emotions. Learn to communicate and express your emotions... For us within the BIPOC community, we are not allowed to feel and that is a systemic problem that I hope changes as we talk more about mental health and the need for support for BIPOC and our mental health. Healing begins with you, and it is quite a journey as well, but it is worth it. You are worthy of so much.’ - Charlie A. Scott (Diné) (they/them/she/her).” FORGE logo.]