Form Healthy Relationships with Trusted People

Coping with trauma on your own can be difficult. Think of the people in your life that you have healthy relationships with. Consider sharing your thoughts, feelings, and experiences with a trusted friend, parent, counselor, health professional, or Elder.

Sometimes others have important lessons to share and can help us see things in a new light. It can be scary at first to open up and ask for help. However, when we share with people that truly listen (instead of judging us or trying to fix our struggles) we often feel better.

Please visit Healing from Trauma for more resources and tips for healing from trauma.

Remember you are not alone, and please always seek help if you need it.

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I’m non-binary and I named myself after a book character, when I was thinking back on the book I remember that at the end the main character had small bird feathers intertwined with her braid and I’m scared I named myself after someone who has appropriated from native culture, fictional or not.

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