Generally, during the first few weeks after a major traumatic event—anything from a car accident to sexual assault to war to a natural disaster, etc.—the initial shock slowly wears off.
You find your body tensing. Your neck, your muscles, the rest of your body. Step-by-step, that feeling of restlessness, unease, and irritability washing over you. Like an animal in a
By Stephanie Dickrell at St. Cloud Times (FULL ARTICLE) Are you a helicopter parent? Paula Arthur, a parenting coach and school psychologist, defines the practice as this: You’re a helicopter parent if