Category Archives: inter-generational transmission of trauma

Can trauma be passed through generations? Author says making link to past may be key to healing | National Post

Mark Wolynn promotes the idea that we inherit and unconsciously ‘relive’ aspects of family trauma that can drive our own depressions, anxieties and phobias Source: Can trauma be passed through generations? Author says making link to past may be key … Continue reading

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Can We Inherit Memories of the Holocaust and Other Horrors?

In the trailblazing field of epigenetics, researchers are finding evidence that the descendants of victims of atrocities are inheriting those experiences in their DNA. Source: Can We Inherit Memories of the Holocaust and Other Horrors?

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Another look at how trauma is passed down through the generations…

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The next biggest comeback since Justin Tiimberlake?  “100 years old and making a comeback – Freud’s theories of the unconscious” | Mark Vernon

After a century of being derided, Freud’s ideas are quite rightly being re-evaluated – as they could shed light on some of medicine’s great unknowns Source: 100 years old and making a comeback – Freud’s theories of the unconscious | … Continue reading

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