Book: Dark Water - Healing From Stress After Trauma by Opal Rosecategories: Book, Trauma, Stress, Posttraumatic, Healing, Whole, Holistic, Biology, Neurology, Spirit, Mind, Soul, PTSD
Opal Roseabout this book: This book is about healing from posttraumatic stress, how it feels, and what one might expect, although each person's experience is uniquely his or hers since each person is an individual. It is meant to be empathetic for someone who is experiencing posttraumatic stress, and it reminds one to ask for help and that a support system is important.
The book is quietly written, is often about how posttraumatic stress feels, and the author encourages the individual to seek ways for healing to occur. This means the whole person, body, mind, and soul. It is suggested that one doesn't come away from posttraumatic stress quite the same as before one experienced it, but there can be more strength, perserverance, perception and depth of character because growth is necessary.
It suggests that one's biology needs to heal too, and that healing needs to involve the whole person, along with other help that one seeks. The journey is not always easy and does not happen overnight, but it is the way forward.
The book includes references and online resources, all of which offer links and directions for more resources.
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