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A must read for everyone that is dealing with trauma, or for those helping others with trauma.
This books gives a good starting point by making you understand: "Yes, you are not crazy. You only reacted in a "normal" way to an unbearable situation."
Of all the books on trauma and developmental trauma that I have read, this is clearly the best.
Amazing book - I teach trauma work and have read many books and this is my favorite!!!Published 5 days ago by spirals
I liked the detailed explanation of affective neuroscience including BOTH top down AND bottom up approaches. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Energie Coach
The NARM "take" on trauma and recovery is well worth reading. It's getting pretty obvious that Freud's insistence on labels, disease and regression/transference grew out of his... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Janet Mackie
It turns out when I got into this book, it is based on the Reichian Character styles which Barbara Brennan uses in her energy medicine program. That is a horrible model to use! Read morePublished 2 months ago by loren lillis
I like the theory and the 5 survival styles makes sense and parallels Bowlby's attachment theory and other developmental frameworks. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. A. Birsen
Thank you for helping me identify the driving forces behind my actions, patterns, believes. It has been a very valuable read.Published 4 months ago by Sunshine