Trust After Trauma: A Guide to Relationships for Survivors and Those Who Love Them Paperback – 1 Apr 1998
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I am glad I bought this book. It is an important part of my healing process.
Do note the "Cautions" on page 10. It is not an easy book to read, it can be both triggering and overwhelming.
Good luck everybody! We all have great healing potential!
This is important: I find too many self-help books written by people with one-track pet theories and a desire to jump on the latest gravy train without actually doing the real work. Therefore - and especially in an area that requires the fundamental earning of trust - these authors are irresponsible in the effects of their pet claims on vulnerable people. People suffering trauma need to be understood and treated authentically.
This book does just that, in my experience.
It is not patronising, not Pollyanna, not Newage, and not arrogant about a "solution". It comes across balanced, experienced and helpful. I found it helped me with many aspects of my relating to others within my own process, and enables me to have a means and a sense of dignity to share and explain what goes on for me, as well as practical tools for healing. I truly recommend it. This is my first ever review, so please judge by that my rating of this author.
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