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Chapter 1
The last place you want to be:
Aspects of trauma
Imagine the scope of an individual’s life without imagination
Some kind of damage is difficult, and it’s hard for most people to know
What to do about it.
—Mark Epstein, Everyday Life Injury[*]
Imagine this: at the age of 71, six years before
This post, your writer returns to Vancouver from speaking trips to Philadelphia
. The speech was a success,
The audience was enthusiastic, my message about
The effect of addiction and trauma on people’s lives was warmly accepted. I’ve traveled in unexpected comfort and
Thanks to Air Canada.
I’ve been promoted to a business class cabin.
Descending on the pristine sea view into the skies of Vancouver, I
I’m a normal little Jack Horner in the corner of the plane.
And the glow of “What a good boy I am.” As we take
We go down and start taxiing to the gate, my wife’s text, Rae,
He turns on the small screen: “Excuse me. I haven’t left the house yet. Still.
“Do you want me to come؟” I get tough، satisfied with
Anger has shifted. I briefly dictate to the phone: “It doesn’t matter”.
I disembark, customs, and take a taxi home.
All of this is going to be home in 20 minutes. (I am sure that the singer
Now with empathetic anger at the insult your author suffered, it has taken the pages
.) When I see Rae, I say hello.
Which is more than salutation, and I barely look at him.
In fact, I’m barely making eye contact for the next twenty-four hours.
. When it comes to talking, there’s more to it than
I growl in a short and monotonous growl. My eyes are distorted, the top part of my face contracting and
It’s stiff, and my jaw is glued together. What happens to me? Is this the answer one?
Is the adult in his 80s? Only superficially. At such times
There is very little adult Gabor in the mix. More
I am in the grip of the distant past, near the beginning
I am my life. This kind of temporal complexity of the emotional physio, which
It keeps me from living in the present moment, one of the works
Trauma is a fundamental issue for many people in this
Culture. In fact, it’s so deeply “grounded” that many of us
We don’t know that he’s there.
The meaning of the word “trauma” in its Greek root
“The wound.” Whether we realize it or not, it’s our wound.
Or how we deal with it that dictates most of our behavior,
It shapes our social habits and informs our way of thinking.
It dictates about the world. It can even determine whether or not we are.
Ability to think logically on topics that are most
They matter to our lives. For many of us, in
Our closest partnerships raise their heads and cause all kinds of relationship mischief.
It was in 1889 that Pierre Jeanette, the leading French psychologist, first discovered the traumatic memory in the
“Automatic Actions, Feelings, and Attitudes”
Pictured . . .
In this century
Peter Levine, Prominent Psychologist and Trauma Therapist,
Specific shocks to the organism “can balance
the Biological, Psychological, and Social Aspects of the Person
Changing the memory of one.
The special event smears and dominates all other experiences, and
Understanding destroys the present moment
.
In my case, my pattern of hostility to Rae’s message
In the diary that my mother had kept
Linear almost illegible and only intermittently، during my first years in
During and after World War II, Budapest found. The following text
Translated by me from Hungarian, her entry on 8 April
It’s 1945.

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واتس اپ
تلگرام
فیسبوک
لینکدین
پینترست

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