Stories

August 03, 2022

“If we all understand our role in being a source of buffering care to a young person in need, that is truly transformative. ACEs are not destiny. Even if someone has experienced significant ACEs, it doesn’t mean that they are absolutely going to have these negative outcomes.
Recognizing our ACEs requires us to recognize our vulnerability, and that can be really scary. But it also is the place where we, we get a chance to ask for what we need.” — Dr. Nadine Burke Harris
 
It’s never too late to heal.