PTSD can manifest in those who have undergone shocking, frightening, or hazardous events, reshaping the trajectory of their lives.
The book documents Kim’s heart-wrenching journey through grief, as well as her relentless quest to find Jack’s remains, guided by intuition and supported by her remarkable community.
Omer discusses his mother’s family was murdered during the Holocaust but there are no records of what happened. We discussed Anti-Semitism, transgenerational trauma, Omer’s connection to Ukraine, and can a Holocaust happen again!
They also emphasized that parents should be kept aware of what their teen daughters do on social media by posting pictures of their bodies.
Betsy Wurzel ends the program with personal experiences in growing up in the 1960s and ’70s, where anti-Semitism and discrimination against the Jews still continues within the U.S., Betsy also mentioned an excellent book about growing up with Anti-Semitism.
Carly didn’t want a C-section with her second daughter so she did her research, educated herself, and became an advocate for her own health!
Ukraine, not politics or sports, should be our focus right now!
Thomas finds a new calling to help Health Care workers. Join Thomas at 22 Viking Camp and Cabin
Betsy Wurzel of Chatting with Betsy is her guest Barbara Joy Hansen discuss her childhood on incest and more. "Warrior & Survivor of childhood incest, clergy sexual assault, rape, pornography & infidelity caused severe anxiety for Barbara Joy Hansen. This International Author of …