Saturday, January 30, 2016. I am so grateful that somehow the timing of my need to know the truth about how what happened to me – the trauma of it for the first 18 years of my life – affected me that the SCIENCE was in the process of not only learning these kinds of facts but also that the miracle of the internet made the information accessible to me!!
And now I am refining my gratitude to include how amazing – and GOOD – it was that I had spent those 4 or 5 years studying what I could find about trauma and developmental neuroscience before I began to encounter the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) research study and its findings.
I think this is all part of MY destiny. I think these new learnings are a part of the destiny of the entire human race! We are in the early years of the global maturation of the human race toward building for ourselves a peaceful, equitable world civilization.
I just watched (yet again) what I believe to be the best presentation of the CDC ACE study research and application of those findings to healing – well – most ALL OF US that I think can be located anywhere on the planet! Adverse Childhood Experience: ACES — Laura Porter
I just paused a YouTube video presented by the Institute for Safe Families of a talk given by the doctor who designed the CDC ACE study so I could write this brief post.
PLEASE at least watch Laura’s video! There is nothing more important for us to know about intergenerational trauma and its healing! Laura’s talk is clear and easy to understand – and if you are not already aware of the ACEs info along with ways to implement healing changes – you are in for a treat!
Need to know info!
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