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The Surviving Spirit Newsletter February 2024


The latest Surviving Spirit Newsletter - Hope, Healing & Help for Trauma, Abuse & Mental Health is out - It can be read online via this & you can also subscribe -

Newsletter Contents:

1] The Nordic Way to Stop Bullying by David Robson @ BBC News

2] People Who Had Unhappy Childhoods Usually Develop These Traits by Sinead Cafferty @ Bolde

3] Fighting for Recovery by Phyllis Vine – Beacon Press

4] How Arizona's crisis response network became a model for mental health hotlines – PBS Newshour – YouTube

4a] On Portland streets, recovered drug users offer lifeline to fight fentanyl’s cruel cycle by Noelle Crombie @ The Oregonian/

5] The Finnish miracle: how the country halved its suicide rate – and saved countless lives by Miranda Bryant @ The Guardian

6] I was an addict, a prisoner, a sex worker. I thought the world had written me off – but I saved myself - Prisons and probation by Ammar Kalia @ The Guardian

6a] How we survive - People who have lived through our greatest fears @ The Guardian

7] Pain travels through families until someone is ready to feel it – YouTube

8] Heartbeats of Hope: The Empowerment Way to Recover Your Life by author Daniel Fisher

9] I’m a Neurologist. Here’s the One Thing I Do Every Day for My Long-Term Brain Health by Ayana Underwood @ SELF

10] US surgeon general Vivek Murthy: ‘Loneliness is like hunger, a signal we’re lacking something for survival’ by Katherine Rowland @ The Guardian

11] Cultural Silence and Wounded Souls – Black Men and Mental Health - Edited by Mark Tuggle

Foreword by Cleo Manago

12] Creativity and Madness - Continuing Education Conferences - August 1-4, 2024

13] Color to Heal - A Coloring Book of Healing Images for Adult Survivors of Child Abuse By Ellen Lacter, Ph.D. Illustrated by Robin Baird Lewis and Jen Callow

14] Anti-crime laws in Minnesota harmed people with mental illness, DOJ says by John Hanna @ AP News

It's when we start working together that the real healing takes place.” - David Hume

We are healed of a suffering only by experiencing it to the full.” - Marcel Proust

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