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"Cyrulink has healed people and countries." (The Times, London)

Renowned French neuropsychiatrist and psychoanalyst Boris Cyrulnik's parents were deported to a concentration camp during the Second World War. They never returned. This early personal trauma at the age of five led Cyrulnik to his life's work helping individuals and countries come to terms with their pasts and forge ahead to create positive futures. It is his firm belief that trauma does not equal destiny-that, rather, we can find strength in the face of pain.

Drawing on years of experience working around the globe with children who have been abused, orphaned, fought in wars and escaped genocide, Cyrulnik here tells many amazing and moving stories of individuals whose experiences prove that suffering, however appalling, can be the making of somebody rather than their destruction. This inspiring book teaches us that we can not only survive in the shadow of adversity-we can thrive.

Biographie de l'auteur

Renowned neuropsychiatrist Boris Cyrulnik is the author of more than a dozen books, including Talking of Love on the Edge of a Precipice (2005) which was on the French bestseller list for forty-five weeks. Cyrulnik is currently Director of Teaching at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Toulon in France.

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  • Broché: 320 pages
  • Editeur : Tarcher; Édition : Original (17 février 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1585428507
  • ISBN-13: 978-1585428502
  • Dimensions du produit: 14 x 2,2 x 21 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par JOCELYN CHAUMEL sur 1 juin 2014
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Easy to read and extremely self helpful. Teaches you how to overcome trauma without imprinting in your inner self and preventing you to passed on to your descendance.
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Learn why some people manage to be resilient after horrific tragedies 22 mars 2011
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Resilience is an English translation of the book written by a renowned French psychologist, Boris Cyrulnik, who lost his parents at the age of 5 to the concentration camps in 1942. He was subsequently abused by his foster parents.

The first part of the book addresses the experiences and responses of people, especially children, who have suffered systemic horrors such as wars, natural disasters, and genocide. There is much discussion of the special problems of children who are orphaned and how these children often leverage this early tragedy into a successful life.

In the second half of the book, Dr. Cyrulnik begins to weave in observations about children who were abused by their own families, and then the book becomes more relevant to American readers looking to gain insight into how one recovers and processes a history of childhood abuse.

The translation successfully maintains the French linguistic style, so we get prose that is both academic and heartfelt and lyrical. This is not a pop psychology, self-help book with cutesy language. This is a book designed for someone who is looking to think deeply about the subject of resilience. Be prepared at times to read about some horrific tragedies, but I don't think the author is gratuitously graphic or sensational. There are rarely "blow by blow" accounts listing every painful detail.

The author spends a good deal of time discussing how a survivor can talk about abuse and how creativity plays into the healing. He investigates the special role that creating art in any form, especially writing, plays into healing. There is surprising data, such as a study that showed that survivors who shared their stories showed no better outcomes than those who kept their abuse a secret. On the other hand, other studies showed that some cultures support the healing of survivors better than others, and that these cultures were those that tolerated knowing the details of abuse.

The conclusions to draw from the book is that resilience is tied to tapping into the creative and healthy parts that lie in all of us. This is a refreshing turn from many American articles discussing resilience as a genetic trait.

Keep in mind that you really need to read the whole book to weave together a portrait of what makes a person resilient, because a lot of background and data are presented. The book is never dry and clinical. I am sure that this owes to the author's empathy with survivors of abuse.

This book is a wonderful choice for students of psychology and counseling.
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