by Veronica Vaiti, LCSW-R
An inconceivable, horrific violent event happens. We are startled, frightened and move to band together, rise up to face the wickedness of it all, hearts heavy searching for what we can do whether its hands on support or sending prayers and a vigil from far away. The need for connection and support is inborn and in times of crisis it’s hard to ignore and a necessity for healing.
The attacks in Paris, random stabbings in Israel, shootings in Mali, or insert name of yet another school … Read More