Trauma, the Black Hole, and Self-Narration
The Necessarily Incomplete Nature of Post-Traumatic Narration (Vol. 3; Issue 7)
The course of a human life, no matter how engaged and fulfilling, unavoidably entails experiencing trauma. These ordeals take infinite forms. They range from children injured by parental neglect to soldiers fighting in a combat zone. The inevitably incomplete recovery following such injuries continues throughout life, shaping identity, affecting relatio…
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