A Self-help GuideBook - 1999
Post-traumatic stress disorder causes survivors of traumatic events (in which others have died or been severely injured) to experience feelings of guilt. For some, these feelings expand into profound, chronic guilt. This book counsels those suffering from this problem. It helps readers reexamine the event in a wider context; shows that by "naming the demon" the survivor can lessen the power of irrational guilt; and uses examples of positive self-talk to help readers develop an appreciation of personal strengths. Suggestions are also offered for coping with those issues that cannot be eliminated through other methods.
Publisher: Oakland, CA : New Harbinger, c1999.
Branch Call Number: 152.4 Mat 3583ml 1
Characteristics: viii, 282 p.