Do you sometimes feel stuck in a never-ending time loop of Zoom calls, virtual classes, and family FaceTimes? If so, we recommend checking out this conversation between Brené Brown and Priya Parker – author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters. Together, Brené and Priya take a look at how […]
Leah’s Pantry’s very own Program Manager, Monica Bhagwan, recently sat down for a conversation with Guy Macpherson, host of The Trauma Therapist, to dive into one of our favorite topics, nutrition through a trauma-informed lens. We recommend that you lace up those walking shoes, pop in those earbuds, and take a listen today!
Today’s Friday Favorites are three more important titles from our deep dive into nutrition and public health non-fiction. (Here’s the first three from last week.) Big Hunger By Andrew Fisher From Amazon: Food banks and food pantries have proliferated in response to an economic emergency. The loss of manufacturing jobs combined with the recession of […]
Today’s Friday Favorites are three important titles from Dr. Sandra Bloom: Creating Sanctuary From Amazon: Creating Sanctuary is a description of a hospital-based program to treat adults who had been abused as children and the revolutionary knowledge about trauma and adversity that the program was based upon. This book focuses on the biological, psychological, and social […]
With the development and launch our new trauma-informed nutrition curriculum, Around the Table, we are reading favorite books with fresh eyes, and are drawn to new books that explore the issues we care about. Welcome to our new “Friday Favorites” blog series. Today our staff shares three books written by authors who let us into […]