Below are the best articles we could find on Post-Traumatic Growth and emotional health and well being.
In the wake of repeated deployments, visible and invisible injuries, and repeated disconnection, our service members and their families are struggling ― struggling to be well, to connect, to feel, to adjust and to stay together.
As a society, we think about mental health in binary terms. Either someone is OK or they are not.
“Tragic optimism” is the search for meaning during the inevitable tragedies of human existence, and is better for us than avoiding darkness and trying to “stay positive.”
Traumatic experiences don’t always have to result in long-term negative consequences. Research proves that exponential growth can actually result from traumatic events instead.
Psychologist Richard Tedeschi shares his research and insight into the concept of growth as a potential consequence of grappling with trauma.
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