The latest findings on the factors that enable us to ‘come back to life’ after suffering trauma
Nathalie Zajde continues to research the psychological trauma and the identity of children who were hidden during the Holocaust
• How does humour function? What part does it play in our relational dynamics and in the development of defence mechanisms when we are faced with harmful or destructive experiences?
By learning to accept renouncement we can aspire to a more contented old age: an approach to ageing that overturns many received ideas
For the first time, Boris Cyrulnik recounts his early years, the war, his life as a hidden child, police roundups and how he found the strength to survive.
This book shows how, by modifying educational and therapeutic practices, these various disciplines can combine to enable us to face traumatic pain.
How did the Jewish children who hid and survived the Holocaust succeed in developing their unique strength and their love of life?