Hello everyone, and new subscribers! As an adjunct to my mental health-related writing projects, I’m building extensive resources on Pinterest. Yes, it’s been awhile since I posted these boards here, but I want to get back into a routine of offering resources as they are completed.
Today I’ve released the new “ACEs” [Adverse Childhood Experiences] board for your perusal. Research is increasingly showing that one or more ACEs in childhood can create lasting negative lifetime effects, including PTSD. ACEs also play a role in how we develop (or not) resiliency as a child.
If you’re on RSS and can’t view the Pinterest widget below, either click through to this blog post, or go directly to the ACEs board on Pinterest.
NOTE: You can see my previous Pinterest releases in the DID/C-PTSD boards collection in this new dedicated DID/C-PTSD on Pinterest page in the header topics above.