Adaptation and Bouncing Forward   Leave a comment

shutterstock_145963115News can seem to be a nonstop narrative of tragedies and victims: an unceasing flow of children, women, and men routed by war, fleeing drought, epidemics, terrorists, repression. These victims need urgent help—first aid, food, shelter, recovery assistance, developmental know-how.

But while there will always be new tragedies and new victims, most of today’s victims will recover, rebuild, and get on with life. Read more

This article, Adaptation and Bouncing Forward by John Yemma, was currently published in the November 7, 2016 edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.  It can also be accessed at JHS-online.  In it he talks about the interesting and encouraging phenomenon of post-traumatic growth which is being witnessed in the majority of survivors of trauma. 

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