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Perhaps it is only in subsequent generations that trauma can be witnessed and worked through by those who were not there to live it but who received its effects, belatedly, through the narrative, actions and symptoms of the previous generation. ~Marianne Hirsch

Book Review: Ajax, The Dutch, The War book review dutch culture football holocaust jews netherlands wwii Nov 30, 2021

A little background on me before I dive into the book review.

By 2015 my healing journey & military work allowed me to travel in Europe & create a life both there & in Chicago. I became...

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Book Review: The Things They've Seen book review genealogy germany inherited trauma ptsd wwii Nov 03, 2021

I recently discovered an account on Instagram @iwitnesshistory.This account is run by a man named Daniel Burghard, who recently published a book called The Things They've Seen. Reflections on WWII...

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Book Review: Collective Trauma Healing book review collective trauma healing holocaust inherited trauma thomas hubl wwii Aug 11, 2021

Many WWII research clients and others who have come to me for help in finding answers to military research questions and to learn more about who their father, grandfather, uncle, etc. was, are...

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Book Review: The Survivors ancestral lineage healing book review genealogy writing healing modalities holocaust wwii Aug 04, 2021

There is an incredible book The Survivors. A Story of War, Inheritance, and Healing by Adam P. Frankel. I picked this book up to attempt to find another book I could use in my master class on...

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Book Review: Healing Ancestral Karma ancestors ancestral lineage healing book review healing modalities Jul 21, 2021

Over the last few years I have begun studying different aspects of ancestral lineage healing, family patterns, family secrets, and other topics as they related to my military and family history....

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