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The Trauma Effect - exploring and resolving inherited trauma - cover

The Trauma Effect - exploring and resolving inherited trauma

Zetta Thomelin

Publisher: The Conrad Press

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‘The Trauma Effect’ is a deeply moving and disturbing book that reveals in the most dramatic terms a family secret, a trauma, a tragedy that destroyed a family. This compelling and deeply poignant book exposes uncomfortable truths and traces a journey of recovery. Trauma can leave an entire family with an inheritance of guilt, blame and shame, which can be absorbed unconsciously by descendants down the ages. This book shows how such learned trauma can be extinguished so that the next generation does not have to carry the burden of it too. ‘The Trauma Effect’ highlights the urgent need to act, to grasp the skeleton, take it out of the closet and bury it once and for all.
Available since: 12/10/2023.

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