with alcohol very much. Yet there are only two situations in which he drinks. Once in 1961 on New Year’s Eve: It was New Year’s Eve, and Billy was disgracefully drunk at a party where everybody was in optometry or married to an optometrist. ... Read More | Share it now!
and specifically the destruction of Dresden. For him this subject was significant enough to make both a masterpiece and a good fortune out of it. Yet when he started writing, he found it more challenging than what he had expected since he could not... Read More | Share it now!
life events of Billy since his birth, even his pre-birth as seen by him, until his death which is also predicted by him. The chronological chain of events is as follows: he was born in 1922, attended war in 1944 when he experienced his first emotional... Read More | Share it now!
is no final resolution for the trauma; recovery is never complete. The impact of the event continues to reverberate throughout the survivor’s lifecycle since issues that were sufficiently resolved at one stage of recovery may be reawakened at new... Read More | Share it now!
danger to reliable safety, from dissociated trauma to acknowledged memory, and from stigmatized isolation to restored social connection. Herman divides the stages of recovery into three: the first stage is the establishment of safety; the second stage... Read More | Share it now!