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A week after my 50th birthday, and just as our family was about to move home, something happened that changed the way I looked at life. I spoke to others about how they rebuilt their shattered worlds after very different personal traumas, emerging stronger than before. I hope our experiences, together with the latest science on resilience, will help guide all those going through tough times. This book says that it's possible not just to survive them but to thrive. To rise.
Renowned as a much-loved and highly respected journalist and broadcaster with 30 years' experience, Sian Williams has studied the impact of acute stress for many years and is also a trained trauma assessor. In Rise, she explores the science of resilience and growth after trauma, offers advice from the experts, and learns from those who have emerged from horrific experiences feeling changed yet stronger, with new perspectives on their lives, their relationships and their work. She also documents her own path through breast cancer, with candid and unflinching honesty.
Her story provides a narrative thread through a book designed to help others deal with all manner of adversity, including physical or mental ill health, loss of a loved one, abuse and post-traumatic stress.
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Listen with a wide open mindset.
When what you've been doing isn't working, sometimes it helps to get a new perspective on coping and processing trauma. We don't always realize until after the fact, that we're wasting so much unnecessary energy on coping in our best way, but without the tools we need.
I suggest getting rid of old ideas, opening the mind wide, uncrossing arms, and having a listen on how we can better cope. We can get defensive at first, when we know we could process trauma in a way that isn't ours. That isn't familiar. A short listen here and there is likely to bring you to a healing garden of information on how the brain copes. How our feelings are okay to validate. How we can own our pain, and let others own theirs. There is no shortage of gentle messages in this book. Everyone is sure to come away with an epiphany or two!
I was surprised to hear about how reconstruction differs from person to perhaps, country as mine was not even close to the author's. It was ugly, and horrible, and traumatic however, much different.
Highly recommend this book.