The Holocaust Survivors who made it to the United States, and additional new lives once settled.
From the leading page: ' Their resulting traumas/personality anxieties, and their present negative transference efforts, as a result; and at times successes, [ I.E. The present Israel Boycott Movement ] in fomenting internal discourse of social, cultural, political, and spiritual distractions caused by relaying the impact of their experiences in surviving overshadowing the cause and effect of HOW they became victims. '
Overshadow of Rememberance of the Holocaust. Item - Evidence One.
Leading is ones Jewish connection of identity to the Holocaust by 73 % of those who were polled followed by the ethical and moral life by the percentage of 69 %. The both are thus linked in being what is, then, perceived as part of ones ongoing Jewish identity connections. None the less, what is missing, though it may be over looked in who created this poll is what is at the actual heart of being Jewish in both terms of identity, or practice. Though ethical considerations are at the heart of practice is does not indicate the core cohesion which links one to the actual ethical practice, though demonstrating in the streets of the South for Civil Rights had a positive emotional impact of those from the various Northern Jewish communities who were there along side blacks fighting for equal and civil rights created an emotional positive ripple within American Jewry. The reality is that half of the Survivors of the Holocaust who made it to the United State eventually became locked into poverty - they could not readjust back into the mainstream of life due to their victim delayed trauma stresses.
What should be pointed out at this time there was a single lesson which was learned by the activists who returned from the efforts in the South who missed what was at the center lesson which they taught to all Americans. Individual rights are universal in all its applications. They are committed to safe guard them in social, cultural, artistic, political, and spiritual practices and beliefs of each individual, but most central is ones very needs to have ones happiness likewise protected by the outward and inward acknowledgement of who one is by both personal and community identity by their choice and choice alone. None the less, in completely focusing on Black liberation, they did not inwardly focused of what they were teaching and contributing to have a greater importance to them as being Jewish, and in being Jewish alone. the personal rights to happiness, and by the fulfillment of their own lives. That indeed there was such an urgent need to focus on Jewish rights.
There sits and resting on the pews and libraries were the seder texts within their synagogues, temples, and shuls which contained the rituals of observing Yom Kippur. Yom Kippur the Jewish answer to Nicea. Even though the evidence suggest the key factor in which they became active, and there were those who were murdered for such activism, came about by the emotional shock impact of the Holocaust had on American Jewry by the influx of those who survived into their very congregations, they quite stumble upon on " HOW " by those whose family members served in the American Arm Force during World War II [ Confronting the very features of racisms supported and established by those very racists, in face to face confrontations, who were in their self - importance narcissists based beliefs and their community organized political power likewise supporters who wanted Blacks to be always second class citizens forever. ], and they never knew it simply due to their activism became a complete distraction. Though sitting in the pews and libraries of their religious institutions were the key needed points identity issues through the complete observance of Yom Kippur waiting for its hopes --- by those who developed its ritual --- to come alive.
The single historic question of all times..who are the Jewish Peoples ? The answer A Warm, Loving, and Giving Peoples Verified by the Observance of Yom Kippur. Something of which Nicea was able to distract attention away from within the Roman World for their additional fears of further deadly revolts by the Judeans by such imposed restrictions which themselves became to living foundations of all subsequent established Anti - Jewish Superstitions after Nicea developed the Empire's religious reforms.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder did not become a known psychological healthcare need and various symptomatologies until the Mid - 1970s. This reflected the problems in which Vietnam veteran were suffering, and then was transferred to rape and sexual assault victims It was never successfully applied to Holocaust Survivors. Or in any popular media reports who made every attempt to cover the issues of the Survivors in the most earnest om a;l their attempts Though it was known by specialists about the far ranging implications involved to almost an entire population of survivors.
The highlights of the Wikipedia collaboration of various contributing medical authorities who contribute to the evolution of the subject have indicated this.
(PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that can develop after a person is exposed to one or more traumatic events, such as sexual assault, warfare, traffic collisions, terrorism or other threats on a person's life. Symptoms include disturbing recurring flashbacks, avoidance or numbing of memories of the event, and hyperarousal, continue for more than a month after the occurrence of a traumatic event.
The term "posttraumatic stress disorder" was coined in the late 1970s in large part due to diagnoses of US military veterans of the Vietnam War. The concept of stress-induced me
Natal disorder was already known since at least the 19th century, and had been referred to previously under various terms including "soldier's heart", "shell shock" and "battle fatigue".
Persons considered at risk include, for example, combat military personnel, victims of natural disasters, concentration camp survivors, and victims of violent crime. Individuals frequently experience "survivor's guilt" for remaining alive while others died. Causes of the symptoms of PTSD are the experiencing or witnessing of a stressor event involving death, serious injury or such threat to the self or others in a situation in which the individual felt intense fear, horror, or powerlessness. Persons employed in occupations that expose them to violence (such as soldiers) or disasters (such as emergency service workers) are also at risk.
There was NO effort--- based upon available knowledge --- of how such a focus could in effect covers very prolonged stressors which lasted from three to four years, and compared to similar stressors from 6 months to an entire year of the victims within the same concentration camp environment of death and terror in every day life of existence.
In the addition, which also means you should read the section in full, the issue of various therapies comes into focus.
HOW - in part
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) seeks to change the way a trauma victim feels and acts by changing the patterns of thinking or behavior, or both, responsible for negative emotions. CBT has been proven to be an effective treatment for PTSD and is currently considered the standard of care for PTSD by the United States Department of Defense. In CBT, individuals learn to identify thoughts that make them feel afraid or upset and replace them with less distressing thoughts. The goal is to understand how certain thoughts about events cause PTSD-related stress.
In the following paragraph the symbols of " [ ] " denotes a word change only and not the meaning behind the word which is being replaced.
Play therapy for children [ changed to " Play with Children during and part of child rearing with parents supervising." ] &nbs; Play is thought to help children [ changed to " victims of the holocaust " ]link their inner thoughts with their outer world, connecting real [ now " early " ] experiences with abstract thought. Repetitive play can also be one of the ways a child [ now victim ] relives traumatic events, and that can be a symptom of traumatization in a child or young [ now " victim " ] person. Although it is commonly used, there have not been enough studies comparing outcomes in groups of children receiving and not receiving play therapy, so the effects of play therapy are not yet understood. from the present view of those who reported this application.
However in Israel, and with no interventioning, huamn therapy of a child, happened in broad daylight between growing Israeli children whose own sense of inner passion of communal concerns were able to catch the attentions, developing a trusting relationship, and enlist holocaust victims in mild forms of play within various neighborhoods adjacent to play grounds, and parks. Thus, the Israeli answer was likewise rooted in the development of the Israeli focus of developing a child rearing civilization. The turning point on how the observance of Holocaust event turned, B'AreZ Yisroel with the answer of a child's spirit, that spirit being the purist form of the Jewish character....This one of nine other points of entry in which the Holocaust survivors were able to be integrated to the on going developing society in which they felt an emotional attachment to --- for the first since the Nazis rounded them up to be murdered.
There will be more coming in February 2016, but none the less, it indicates why in the United States Holocaust Survivors were hard press to reestablish their own lives, and thus became trapped in poverty for almost half of their number. Whereas in Israel, this number was lower than 30 percent, and here are indications that this could even be lower. The difference is that Israeli society is becoming child rearing based in positive and attractive terms, while in the US there exist a crisis in Jewish child rearing efforts to produce a healthy Jewish connections to ones community.
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