Sometimes You Just Have to Trust the Process

Originally published on ACEs Connection on May 9, 2017 By Svava Brooks. Where are you on your healing journey? Are you just getting started? Are you about to take the next step? Are you stuck? Or are you in the messy middle, overwhelmed with grief, feeling like the tears and …

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“The most important thing I’ve learned about depression…”

Originally published on Option B on April, 2017 By Dior Vargas. My depression emerged when I was only six years old. It started after my dad abandoned my mom, my sister, and me. He was abusive to my mom, but I was still devastated when he left because we’d been …

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Speakers engage at ‘Women Mean Business’ event

Originally published in the Daily Republic on March 12, 2017 By Bill Hicks. Christina Baird of Little Wing Connections speaks during a “Women Mean Business” event at the Fairfield Civic Center Library, Saturday. The event is hosted by the Solano County Library and is the second of three events designed …

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Does Your Daughter Know It’s OK To Be Angry?

Originally published on RoleReboot.org on May 9, 2016 By Soraya Chemaly. Girls, taught to ignore their anger, become disassociated from themselves. Anger is a recurring theme of the current presidential election. Every male presidential candidate has directly and overtly tapped into the very evident rage that the American public feels. …

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