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LEARNING TO THRIVE: Begin by Recognizing Your Trauma is a 9,000-word primer for those of us who were raised in trauma but may not know it. Perhaps we just think we are high-strung or neurotic and we get upset a lot. Or if we do know we've had trauma, we may not know what trauma really is or what to do about it. In addition to a detailed explanation of trauma and why you can't heal it alone, there are exercises and further resources for healing, learning, and education.
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About the Author
Betsy Robinson, a graduate of a four-year healing school, writes funny fiction about flawed people. Her novel The Last Will & Testament of Zelda McFigg is winner of Black Lawrence Press’s 2013 Big Moose Prize and was published in September 2014. This was followed by the February 2015 publication of her edit of The Trouble with the Truth by Edna Robinson, Betsy’s late mother, by Simon & Schuster/Infinite Words. She recently published revised Kindle, Nook, and paperback editions of her Mid-List Press award-winning first novel, a tragicomedy about falling down the rabbit hole of the U.S. of A. and healing from PTSD in the 1970s, Plan Z by Leslie Kove. Betsy is an editor, fiction writer, journalist who has written extensively about trauma healing, and playwright. Her website is www.BetsyRobinson-writer.com.