Trauma-Informed Communications Start With L.O.V.E

Trauma-informed communications start with L.O.V.E—something that requires us to slow down and be present and intentional with others—not always an easy feat when we’re under stress, stretched thin or pressed for time.

How to Communicate With L.O.V.E


We can avoid so many problems when we respond with L.O.V.E. instead of reacting in haste.

Remember, when emotions are high—delay interactions. Whether with family, friends or in the workplace, we must be in a suitable space for productive conversations to take place.

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