you know, we could go in a million directions outside of your book, which I'm going to mention again. Are there any particular resources that you might recommend for people who are interested in learning more about Trauma from? Credible sources. I think Nami, which is present throughout the country and has local branches throughout the country. Nami that Nami can be extremely helpful. We can often find resources and have links to good people. So what does nami's stand for? So now me stands for the National Alliance on Mental, Illness and Nami, often has resources and links to support mechanisms in the community and I think can be very Very helpful. The book, the body keeps the score by that's all vendor called because right is is also a very very helpful resource anything that helps a person to find some inner peace inside of them. Something that takes away from the swirling inside of us that can happen. Post trauma, and the swirling from the social circumstances around us. Anything that helps us, get away from what's keeping us in the same Loops, that lead us further from truth, whether it's the truth of Our own trauma or the truth of the trauma going on in the society, around us the response to the pandemic, the impact of systemic racism the erosion of faith, in our socio-economic model existential, distress related to climate change and things like that. For instance, right? It means a these things can all be seen through a political lens and because they get politicized it takes people away from actually looking at like what's really going on here, right? How is it impacting, how I'm thinking and Feeling what's the truth of all of this anything that takes us away from getting lost in the politicizing of things and more towards the apprehension of the true existential nature of these things. So there are a lot of helping resources and things that we can do to get us into a calm replace inside and I know that the kind of nonspecific answer but there's so many routes of proceeding towards that that I want to mention that that too. Absolutely
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