Healing Emotional Pain is Possible

Some wounds are impossible to measure. How do you quantify the number of sleepless nights or hours spent crying? While physical wounds can be seen and treated, emotional pain — especially that caused by trauma — can be challenging to repair.

KPMG: Hope Spotlight

In this series, we celebrate organizations that create hope where it’s needed most. Our first spotlight shines on KPMG LLP. A longtime collaborator with Stars of HOPE, KPMG is one […]

Five Ways Art Heals Trauma Survivors

In art therapy, it’s the act of creating art that heals, as well as the act of sharing it with others.

Here are five ways that can art heal a trauma survivor:

How Can Art Help Ukraine?

Paint colors to symbolize Ukraine Flag

It seems that, at any given point in time, it’s possible to turn on the news and read about something terrible happening on the other side of the world. Recently, […]

The 5 Stages of HOPE

Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross was the psychiatrist who gave the world its most famous psychological model of grief: the five stages we all go through after a loss – anger, denial, […]

You Will Laugh Again

This blog deals with depression and suicide. If you or someone you know is in need of immediate assistance, help is available here. The world is badly in need of […]

Hope for Doomscrollers

It’s not an “empathy deficit”—it’s emotional exhaustion. Here’s how to recognize the signs and heal them in yourself and others.