Addressing the Impacts of Adverse Childhood Experiences – BH365

Creating environments where all children can thrive is critical to building a healthier and happier future. In this article, Sara Coffey, D.O., a member of the National Council’s Medical Directors Institute, shares her insights into childhood trauma and thoughts on support systems. More and more, we are learning about the significance of Adverse Childhood Experiences …

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All Love Can Be

I will watch you in the darkness
Show you love will see you through
When the bad dreams wake you crying
I’ll show you all love can do
All love can do
I will watch through the night
Hold you in my arms
Give you dreams where no one will be
I will watch through the dark
Till the morning comes
For the lights will take you
Through the night to see
All love, showing us all love can be
I will guard you with my bright wings
Stay till your heart learns to see
All love can be
~Will Jennings / James Horner~

Kumato Tomatoes Stuffed with Beef, Fresh Herbs, Pine Nuts and Dried Currants

I could not pass by this recipe without reblogging!

Tasty Eats

I am a big fan of tomatoes, in any shape or form, and I’m always looking for new varieties. With fresh summer tomatoes gone by now, the next option is to check which hothouse tomatoes are available at the store. When I saw the brownish-dark red Kumato tomatoes, I had to give them a try.

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Revisit McIntyre Portsmouth, N.H.

Revisit McIntyre does not have a plan. They came to a meeting without a plan. They knew what the rules would be for getting their petition passed and none of them could even get on the same page. Again. Because this is not about the post office, or the brick facade, or the $3000 a month apartments, or a park, or space to see the open sky, or the historical “fit”, or less dense urban areas, or the other numerous reasons they provided. They lost after the first time they didn’t have a plan. You would think with all the help from professionals they could have made a cohesive plan with one speaker to explain their plan. Because they don’t really know what they want to gain from this change, they only know what they are losing. They were expressing sorrow and grief and fond memories but not the future, just the past. I hope they find some comfort which ever way it goes. I know we have a lot of history in this city but preserving it should NEVER come at the cost of the people who live here. You may think Portsmouth is losing its heart and soul because they are not preserving enough, but I say they will lose both if they don’t stop preserving everything and let us move forward into the future. We are a city with history, not a museum. I don’t want to stand around and stare at history all day. I want to learn about it and know that it belongs to us but our future belongs to us as well. We can’t have a future while living in the past.