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A neuropsychiatrist and specialist in childhood trauma psychology presents an analysis of the long-term impact of such factors as separation, abuse, and violence on adult children and seeks to address why some survivors are more emotionally damaged by their experiences, counseling readers on how to heal from childhood pain.
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One out of every two people will experience trauma, says psychiatrist Boris Cyrulnik, and one in ten will remain a prisoner of that suffering. Why are some children permanently damaged by difficult childhoods, while others grow up into secure, creative, loving adults? This book, based on, Dr. Cyrulnik's broad experience with victims of childhood distress, offers a message of hope for everyone concerned about the impact of deprivation and such traumatic events as separation, emotional or sexual abuse, and violence in the environment.About the Author:
Boris Cyrulnik is a neuropsychiatrist and ethologist. Director of Teaching at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of Toulon, he is also the author of more than a dozen books, including The Dawn of Meaning(1992).
Susan Fairfield is an editor, translator, and poet. She is also the author of papers on literary criticism, a psychoanalyst, and co-editor of Bringing the Plague: Toward a Postmodern Psychoanalysis. She lives in the Bay Area of California.
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