With more veterans returning home, we are hearing more about the invisible wound of the veteran, especially PTSD. In the previous article, Veterans, PTSD, and Unforgivable Experiences, I mentioned about moral injury as a very possible precursor to PTSD. Thus Forgiveness … Read More
Dr. Charles Figley, who I quote in my book, is one of the foremost authorities on the effects of trauma and PTSD. He notes the following characteristics in the person with PTSD: Re-experiences the most traumatic aspects of the event many … Read More
“A group of mental health experts is giving a name to the guilt and remorse troops feel when they see or do bad things during war: moral injury. They say failure to recognize and acknowledge exposure to military or civilian … Read More
Here is an article on Jim’s Forgiveness in Politics article, by Steen Miles – DeKalb County ,GA. Find the May 21, 2010 version of the The Champion Free Press here.
Here is a link to Dr. Jim’s latest press release. June 25. 2010 http://newsblaze.com/story/20100624113451zzzz.nb/topstory.html
From Dr. Dincalci’s book, How to Forgive When You Can’t: The Breakthrough Guide to Power Forgiveness for Healing Upsets: In discussing his book, By The River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept: A Novel Of Forgiveness, the famed author, Paulo … Read More