The Surviving Spirit Newsletter March 2020

 

Hi Folks,

The March edition of the Surviving Spirit Newsletter is posted at the website – http://newsletters.survivingspirit.com/index.php

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Thanks! Michael.

Healing the Heart Through the Creative Arts, Education & Advocacy

Hope, Healing & Help for Trauma, Abuse & Mental Health

Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars”. Kahlil Gibran

Newsletter Contents:

1] If coronavirus scares you, read this to take control over your health anxiety – by Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett @rhiannonlucyc – The Guardian News

2] What To Do When Worry Keeps You Awake – Mindful – Health mind, healthy life By Nicole Bayes-Fleming

3] How the Dallas Street Choir grants homeless residents a voice – PBS NewsHour -Video & transcript

4] Breaking Generational Patterns of Suffering – Mindful By Nicole Bayes-Fleming @ Voices, Podcasts & Interviews

5] Women Veterans Empowered & Thriving

6] A Hot Bath Has Benefits Similar to Exercise by Steve Faulkner @ Pocket Worthy

7] People Don’t Outgrow the Effects of Childhood Trauma Just Because They Become Adults by W. R. Cummings @ Psych Central

8] Daryl Davis: the black musician who converts Ku Klux Klan members by Morena Duwe @ The Guardian News

8a] Minds.com “We have lost the act of civil discourse, and Minds is going to restore that.”Daryl D

8b] Daryl Davis: Why I, as a black man, attend KKK rallies. TED Talk – You Tube

9] Grassroots groups help LGBTQ people survive – and thrive – in Appalachia By James Michael Nichols @ NBC News

10] Kimberly A. Cavanagh – author, advocate, educator

11] Project Return Peer Support Network – Warm Line Support

12] [ALERT] Tell Congress TODAY to Include People with Disabilities in COVID-19 Relief!

The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law.

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” Martin Luther King, Jr.