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Serenity Counseling, LLC I decided not to share the news article, but we know that many who have suffered trauma, both in the immediate aftermath, and for years following the event(s) can feel suicidal. Trauma changes our brains in ways we don't fully understand, but know that these changes can dramatically impact a person's thoughts, and ability to manage even minor stressors. If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, please get help. You can call 1-800-273-8255, or visit the link below for information, or to chat with a crisis counselor. This service is available 24/7, because we don't just suffer in the daytime.

If your heart is hurting due to learning of someone else's trauma and resulting harm to themselves, please talk to someone. Help is available. Sometimes we need to take a break from all the noise, social media, and news events to regroup. We love you, and we want you to stay. <3 #BeThe1To
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Serenity Counseling, LLC Celebrating all of the amazing folks with Down Syndrome and their loved ones today. While my youngest brother had special needs (not Down Syndrome), so many people who do are the most giving, kind, and appreciative people, and my life has been enriched in having a special needs sibling. So glad our views are changing and folks with special needs are able to work meaningful jobs, contribute to our communities, and lead fulfilling lives. #AmazingHumans #SpreadTheWordToEndTheWord #WorldDownSyndromeDay21.03.2019 at 12:50 pmLike
Serenity Counseling, LLC I’m not sure who she is, but I am loving the messages from Stacie Swift! We all need to be and feel normal, warts and all!Serenity Counseling, LLC shared a photo.20.03.2019 at 07:17 amLike
Serenity Counseling, LLC Sam, thank you for coming out to the world! The more people that are out as nonbinary, the more people will feel comfortable coming out. #nonbinary #fluidity18.03.2019 at 07:21 pmLike
Serenity Counseling, LLC You can choose to volunteer to die protecting your country, but your country won’t back you as being fit for the task, simply because of your gender identity. Utterly heartbreaking. Be strong, servicepeople. Your sacrifice is truly what makes America great. #thankyouforyourservice #wontbeerased12.03.2019 at 10:36 pmLike