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  • Sally Dancy

When it’s too much

Updated: May 25, 2022

Do you ever feel like the weights keep coming down on our shoulder? Me too. I saw so many parenting & teaching posts today talking about the feeling like we can’t get a break from the bad news & anxieties - it’s all just too much to bare.

Today is a difficult day in our area because of #robbelementary

especially for parents, teachers, and children. Sometimes there are few to no words- what helps one person may deepen the dispare or anger in another.

But depending on your perspective…

*we can keep our hearts open ❤️ and arms full 🫂; *prayers 🙏for those who are comforted by them; *action for those who are called 📣to change. AND I will always post resources I come across.

from motherly

From the Fred Rogers Institute

from the Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas

From PBS

from trauma informed parent

there are also many ways to help…

donate blood

collect support and arts items for help with the therapy the children of Uvalde will need:

backpack, totes, stuffed animals, journals, crayons, markers, play dough, watercolor tray, bubbles, pinwheels, construction paper, glue, tape, fidgets,etc.

If you are interested in donating materials you can drop off items at our office, 1996 Schertz Parkway, Suite 501 TODAY 6pm-9pm, TOMORROW (Thur.) 4pm-8:30pm, and FRIDAY 2pm-8:30pm. Carla Barnes and Brandi Martin LPC, PLLC and Associates.

Please text me at 830-570-9979 if you make a drop off. Thank you

monetary donations to

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