???I think of a sea rose I watched growing out at a beach near my home this past summer. It is a fragile and tender life, that sea flower. I love to see it. At dawn it moves in a slow upsway as it turns toward the morning star. That sea rose is a light seeker. It bends toward the light. It is a light-seeker whose roots reach way down into the darkness of the earth. In fact, it was in darkness that his new life began.??? — Pat Deegan
The following list was compiled using the extensive comments of participants of Recovering Our Families (Fall 2013) ??? an online mental health education course offered by Families Healing Together.