On Wings of Storm: Healing beyond Traumas of Life

by Anthony Yeo (2006)
This book provides possible views or answers to questions related to why pain and suffering occur. The subject of loss, grieving and the need to let go is also covered.

More about the Book

In our unpredictable world, we encounter crises and disasters that can leave us with traumatic and tragic experiences. Be it the unexpected death of a loved one, an air crash, or the sudden onslaught of a tsunami or earthquake, how do we live through these traumas and catastrophes, and yet find healing in the midst of pain?

In On Wings of Storm, the author takes us through the difficult issues pertaining to trauma and its symptoms. He provides possible views or answers to questions related to why pain and suffering occur. The subject of loss, grieving, and the need to let go is also addressed. To this end, the author’s description of the process of grieving will help the bereaved embrace sorrow as a response to loss.

To help children make sense of their traumatic experiences, he also discusses the physiological, cognitive, emotional, and behavioural impact of trauma on children and how to bring about healing. Finally, the author delves into key processes that facilitate healing and help the bereaved or victims soar above the storms of life.

This book also serves as a significant resource for those who work with victims of traumatic incidents and for those who lend a helping hand to someone affected by such incidents.

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