The Body Keeps the Score 9.6分
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不久我在在童年虐待受害者身上看到[...]他们因自己为了生存曾作出的行为以及与虐待他们的人保持联系而遭受令人十分痛苦的耻辱感;尤其是当虐待者是跟孩童亲近的人、孩童所依靠的人——这也是最常见的情景。这造成当事人的混乱:我到底是受害者还是自愿的参与者?从而分不清楚爱和恐怖、痛与欢愉的区别。

“In later years I encountered a similar phenomenon in victims of child abuse: Most of them suffer from agonizing shame about the actions they took to survive and maintain a connection with the person who abused them. This was particularly true if the abuser was someone close to the child, someone the child depended on, as is so often the case. The result can be confusion about whether one was a victim or a willing participant, which in turn leads to bewilderment about the difference between love and terror; pain and pleasure. We will return to this dilemma throughout this book.”

原作:《身体从未忘记:心理创伤疗愈中的大脑、心智和身体》“The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma.”

作者:Bessel van der Kolk MD 巴塞尔·范德考克医生

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