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- TRANSGENERATIONAL TRAUMA

 

'What cannot be contained mourned & worked through in one generation is transmitted, for the most part unconsciously, as affect, mission, and task to the next generation...The fate of repression & dissociation is enactment.'
-Howard F.Stein, Ph.D.
Psychohistorian, psycho-analyst & Professor Emeritus Oklahoma, Health science center.
'The evolution of the individual's moral consciousness depends on his/her capacity to sympathize with the pain of the other. But one can't sympathize when one has to wall off one's own pain. To the extent that one is helped to contain rather than split off one's own pain one is more able to sympathetically identify with the pain of others - that is, one is helped to evolve one's moral consciousness.'
- Donald L. Carveth, Ph.D
Psychohistorian, Psycho-analyst.
Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Social & Political Thought, York University.
 

 

 

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