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Dark Water: Stress After Trauma

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Healing from posttraumatic stress isn't easy. It takes courage, honesty and determination, and sometimes the process feels like it's uphill for longer than you'd like for it to be. You'll grow along the way, you'll learn so much, and your spirit can expand. It's a journey of many twists and turns, of many colors and hues, and of discovery.

Growing away from fear and fear-based symptoms can open vistas of thought and understanding that might never occur in other ways. Life is a winding path and you truly don't always know what is around the corner, but sometimes what you see is breathtakingly beautiful.

Synopsis:

Healing from posttraumatic stress isn't easy. It takes courage, honesty and determination, and sometimes the process feels like it's uphill for longer than you'd like for it to be. You'll grow along the way, you'll learn so much, and your spirit can expand. It's a journey of many twists and turns, of many colors and hues, and of discovery.

Dark Water: Stress After Trauma begins with general information about trauma and about posttraumatic stress. It is written from the point of view of a layperson. The book continues with thoughts about how posttraumatic stress might feel, about fear and fear-based symptoms, and about how they might affect one's life. It stresses that professional help is always a good idea, necessary regarding decisions about treatment, and that a desire for healing is vital.

The book talks about personal growth that can occur as a result of trauma and overcoming its aftermath. It mentions that in personal outlook there might be differences from pre-trauma to post-trauma because posttraumatic stress creates change, and change can be seen as an opportunity for evolution of the entire person including spirit and psyche. It suggests that posttraumatic stress affects the individual as a whole, including neurophysiology, and in moving forward with one's life it's important to take that into account. Basically the book is written in a conversational style and is generally meant to be supportive of those who are experiencing posttraumatic stress and of those who know people who are experiencing it.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781434309587
Publisher:
Authorhouse
Subject:
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Author:
Rose, Opal
Subject:
Neuropsychology
Subject:
General
Subject:
Spiritual
Subject:
Healing - General
Subject:
Metaphysics-Healing
Publication Date:
20070931
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
132
Dimensions:
9.00x6.00x.31 in. .45 lbs.

Related Subjects

Health and Self-Help » Psychology » Mind and Consciousness
Health and Self-Help » Self-Help » Spiritual
Metaphysics » Healing

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Product details 132 pages Authorhouse - English 9781434309587 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Healing from posttraumatic stress isn't easy. It takes courage, honesty and determination, and sometimes the process feels like it's uphill for longer than you'd like for it to be. You'll grow along the way, you'll learn so much, and your spirit can expand. It's a journey of many twists and turns, of many colors and hues, and of discovery.

Dark Water: Stress After Trauma begins with general information about trauma and about posttraumatic stress. It is written from the point of view of a layperson. The book continues with thoughts about how posttraumatic stress might feel, about fear and fear-based symptoms, and about how they might affect one's life. It stresses that professional help is always a good idea, necessary regarding decisions about treatment, and that a desire for healing is vital.

The book talks about personal growth that can occur as a result of trauma and overcoming its aftermath. It mentions that in personal outlook there might be differences from pre-trauma to post-trauma because posttraumatic stress creates change, and change can be seen as an opportunity for evolution of the entire person including spirit and psyche. It suggests that posttraumatic stress affects the individual as a whole, including neurophysiology, and in moving forward with one's life it's important to take that into account. Basically the book is written in a conversational style and is generally meant to be supportive of those who are experiencing posttraumatic stress and of those who know people who are experiencing it.

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