The San Francisco “No Ban/No Wall” march on Saturday

I talked with so many folks over the past few days about how taking action can sometimes make you feel better in these stressful times, that I wanted to share info about the “No Ban/No Wall” march happening Saturday in San Francisco.

Many clients, and friends, have said that going to rallies like their local Women’s March or the airport protests made them feel less alone and hopeless, more connected and capable of standing strong as part of an intersectional community of care.


Me at the Portland Women’s March January 21, 2017

On the other hand, if you need some cute animals, I am prescribing regular doses of Bored Panda.  Because sometimes you need cute animals too.

2 thoughts on “The San Francisco “No Ban/No Wall” march on Saturday”

  1. Anurag says:

    Everyone needs to calm down and wake up in this period of time and support what their President is doing. It is better for the longer run.

    1. Dr. Sheila Addison says:

      Well, since we’re in a democracy, and engaging in lobbying and protest is an important part of communicating to our elected officials what we want them to do, I think that being politically engaged is a sign of healthy behavior, personally.

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