Thank you, Joy for asking about the Louise Hayes material. I had not been exposed to it either.
<p style=”margin: 0in 0in 8pt;”><span style=”color: #333333; font-family: ‘Georgia’,serif;”>Joy said she was a bit ahead of the game, I am a bit behind. Sometimes when I leave work, my brain is overloaded and weary. While I watched the Ted Talk on trauma, I just could not process it at the time. I really needed notes. Sometimes life is a bit busy. I cannot imagine always feeling unsafe. </span></p>
<p style=”margin: 0in 0in 8pt;”><span style=”color: #333333; font-family: ‘Georgia’,serif;”> I have to wonder how some people experienced trauma like the depression, the death of both parents, family being broken up and live long life? I read and watched this incredible work on the traumatized brain reviewing stories in my head that I have heard through time and wonder what is different today? I wonder why the coping skills are so radically different? I don’t believe the support system is the answer. I have to wonder if there some resiliency ingrained in the DNA that allows different people to cope with different things achieving different results? Perhaps I overgeneralize that most people experience trauma in life but the means does not equate the end result. Laura</span></p>
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