On the Spring Tide: A Special Kind of Courage
William Rowan

Synopsis

The final failure of [her] immune system could well be attributed to her difficulty in coping with overwhelming feelings of terror, rage, and helplessness that were imprinted when she was incarcerated in a World War II Japanese prison camp. The author reveals empathy and affection in his efforts to understand the problems his wife encountered socially, emotionally, and finally physically in her effort to deal with unresolved traumatic stress. The book will appeal to those...interested in possible emotional and physical reactions to extreme stress in the absence of therapeutic intervention

 

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