Question 8 of 12
When you think about your childhood, whether you had parents who suffered during World War II or you are a grandchild whose grandparents and possibly parents suffered in some way - what energies did you grow up noticing? How did you deal with them (ignore them, ask more questions, etc.)? What did you learn the deeper you dug into your family history around the war experiences?
Example: Granddaughter hears stories about her now deceased grandfather - that the war made him crazy and he spoke to little green men and had to be locked in a Veterans Hospital after the war. She is aware her father, uncles, grandmother, extended family only whisper about the grandpa and never tell the truth. Later she discovered what really happened to him and learned the family was always telling lies to cover up their anger, shame, grief, sadness, guilt, etc. over the situation of the grandpa.