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Zohar, a 35 year old lady now, when was young; lost her everything in one tragic incident, and was left to face the nightmare loneliness. This is the story of a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD) survivor, who transcends for post traumatic growth through the medicine of love.
How often does one remind oneself that, one is loved? Of the elements that contribute to the practice of an unwholesome living, the feeling of not being loved is the one. Knowing and believing that you are loved is the foundation of mind, body and spirit, wellness.
When one realizes that they are being truly valued and loved, it becomes their existential truth.
|Estimated Reading Time||45 minutes|
|Published On||02 Sep 2018|
Feb 02, 2017
this story just does not reflect a specific form of PTSD but also a struggle if u lost anything . even losing a part of oneself can trigger someone on the journey of growth. and that journey is explained fully and beautifully
kudos to the author @sonia mukhtar
Feb 01, 2017
The struggle of a PTSD survivor is very hard to understand and even harder to write about. This story is written beautifully and depicted the true reality and pain of survivor and their loved ones challenging struggles is portrayed in a very effective manner.
Jan 11, 2017
Excellent piece of writing, must read book.