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Survivors: What We Can Learn from How They Cope with Horrific Tragedy Hardcover – March 23 2010


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"In an eminently readable style, Moffatt describes the important connection of trauma and resiliency." - PsycCRITIQUES

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"Survivors cuts through the cold sterility of psychological analysis and the inconsolable confusion of dealing with trauma recovery. Moffatt's blend of case studies, professional research, and personal reflections create a refreshingly honest discourse that is relevant and interesting for professionals, as well as inspiring for individuals. He reminds us that life is about relationships and resilience; how we deal with trauma is as important as how we deal with life." (Karissa E. Scott, Editor in Chief, The Forensic Examiner)

"In this beautifully written book, Gregory Moffatt uses his interviews of trauma survivors to weave vivid, psychologically rich accounts of what it takes to live through unimaginably ghastly events. Infused with powerful insights and recent research findings, Moffatt's compelling, often heartbreaking stories of survival, bring us understanding about the psychology of resilience and ultimately they bring us hope." (Sam Gosling, Professor, University of Texas, Austin
Author of Snoop: What your stuff says about you)

"This book is not for the faint of heart, but for those with the heart to pursue the best futures in the aftermath of adversity. Stories of horrific trauma allow readers to see that possibilities still can be found following the worst circumstances." (Richard Tedeschi, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

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