There are many temptations to organize our life around the experience of earlier trauma. But that may short-change the future—which starts by our envisioning something better.
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Chris Prange-Morgan M.A., MSW
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Chris Prange-Morgan, M.A., MSW, is an adoptive mother, trauma survivor, and writer. She writes about parenting, trauma, and loss.