Winden Rowe is a prolific writer on all things trauma-related at both the micro and macro levels. She has aspirations to influence population health awareness through her writing and her work with the government. Her goal in writing is to break the stigma that is the undercurrent of our mental health system in the United States. She hopes through writing to shift the American population mindset to be more trauma-aware, and to use trauma and her deep understanding of it at a biological and psychological level to unify populations versus divide. She fundamentally believes, as demonstrated in the research, that a trauma-informed country will enhance population health at a prevention level.

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I Love the Interwebs

I Love the Interwebs

I love the interwebs.⁣ ⁣ From a human psych standpoint, it sure is an interesting place to visit right now. Loads of insecurity out there being played out via posts and comment threads that are fascinating to say the least. Total popcorn material.⁣ ⁣ But I digress...⁣...

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Look Up!

Look Up!

For anyone lucky enough to be up at 0430 (🙋🏻‍♀️) and lucky enough to have looked up, you likely noticed the most brilliant, unmistakable star in the early morning sky, Venus. She hangs east off of my bedroom, just above my Gemini.⁣ ⁣ And if you looked just to her...

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The Vagus Nerve is Relevant

The Vagus Nerve is Relevant

Inside of each and everyone of us is something called a vagus nerve. The vagus nerve is the 10th cranial nerve which is a sorta fancy way of saying a big old vein rooting from the back of your brain and stemming out into your major organ systems. It is the largest and...

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