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Cornerstones of Care Blog

Re-enacting Conflict in the Trauma Triangle

Re-enacting Conflict in the Trauma Triangle

Any time we enter into conflict, there are three common roles – each with manipulative behaviors – that we often quickly fall into. When practicing trauma-informed care, we call these roles the Trauma Re-enactment Triangle. Learn about the roles, and how you can escape the trauma triangle.

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Legacy Events Come Together for Cornerstones of Care Gala

Legacy Events Come Together for Cornerstones of Care Gala

We are hosting the Cornerstones of Care Gala on November 18, 2017. Join us for a magical evening that builds on the legacies of past events!

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First Night In a New Foster Home

First Night In a New Foster Home

For youth in foster care, the first night in a new home can leave them feeling lonely and full of uncertainty. Current and former foster youth, shared with us the top five things they think about when meeting their foster parents for the first time.

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Do Opposites Really Attract?

Do Opposites Really Attract?

Do opposites really attract in a romantic relationship? The answer might be yes initially, but that often can change over time. Learn why.

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Self-Compassion: What it Is and Why it Matters

Self-Compassion: What it Is and Why it Matters

Practicing self-compassion and self-care doesn't make you selfish. It might just be what helps to change the world. Think we're over exaggerating? Read on to learn about the importance of practicing self love.

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