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Redemption and Healing from Trauma

Watch: In episode 5 of the Fresh Start podcast, Rabbi Shais Taub speaks to world-renowned trauma expert Dr. Janina Fisher about what it really means to identify the Jewish community as a "traumatized community" and the Jewish belief in Redemption. Video

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Brother M
April 13, 2021 10:41 am

what is the difference between what appears to be real trauman versus real trauma

Trauma
Reply to  Brother M
April 13, 2021 2:23 pm

Trauma varies by person and event. One can’t decide whether another person’s trauma is real or perceived. Your question indicates the belief that a person can decide whether or not another person’s trauma is real or perceived. That’s a false premise. Trauma is trauma wether you agree with someone else’s interpretation of that trauma is irrelevant.
Understanding this, is step 1 in helping a family or friend begin their healing journey.

Yes!!
Reply to  Trauma
April 14, 2021 1:19 am

Agree

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