Legacy

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  • Paperback
  • 360 pages
  • Legacy
  • Suzanne Methot
  • 06 November 2019
  • 9781770414259

About the Author: Suzanne Methot

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Legacy ➢ [Epub] ➜ Legacy By Suzanne Methot ➬ – Johndore.co.uk Exploring Intergenerational Trauma In Indigenous Communities And Strategies For Healing With Provocative Prose And An Empathetic ApproachIndigenous Peoples Have Shockingly Higher Rates Of Addiction, D Exploring Intergenerational Trauma In Indigenous Communities And Strategies For Healing With Provocative Prose And An Empathetic ApproachIndigenous Peoples Have Shockingly Higher Rates Of Addiction, Depression, Diabetes, And Other Chronic Health Conditions Than Other North Americans According To The Aboriginal Healing Foundation, These Are A Result Of Intergenerational Trauma The Unresolved Terror, Anger, Fear, And Grief Created In Indigenous Communities By The Painful Experiences Of Colonialism, Passed Down From Generation To GenerationHow Are We To Turn This Desperate Tide With Passionate Argumentation And Chillingly Clear Prose, Author And Educator Suzanne Methot Uses Her Own And Others Stories To Trace The Roots Of Colonial Trauma And The Mechanisms By Which Trauma Has Become Intergenerational, And She Explores The Indigenous Ways Of Knowing That Can Lead Us Toward Change.

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10 thoughts on “Legacy

  1. Nancy says:

    Suzanne Methot s Legacy Trauma, Story, and Indigenous Healing combines her personal story with history and psychology to create an understanding of the consequences of colonization She demonstrates how abuse and CPTSD creates a cycle that impacts generations On the personal level, she documents her own legacy of abuse and dysfunction and how a return to traditional ways brought healing On the universal, she explains the psychological damage of trauma through story, with summary charts at chapter ends.Methot s book is perhaps suited for the indigenous population or educators those in the helping professions who work with indigenous people But I also found her insights applicable in many ways I found myself thinking about women I have known who demonstrated t...

  2. Enid Wray says:

    This is a really important book Critically important, especially for the non indigenous, settler population Taking, as it does, a multi faceted approach part anthropological, part psychological, part sociological, part legal, part personal memoir it lays bare the history, the brutal reality, of the lived experience of Ca...

  3. Lynda Erlandson says:

    This was a difficult read but I think it is an important one for those interested in reconciliation.

  4. Christine says:

    I won this book as part of a giveaway Many thanks to the author and publisher This is an honest review.A very intriguing read about the impacts of colonization and how healing can begin for indigenous people Highly recommended.

  5. Marlies says:

    I feel that this book helped me finally understand what reconciliation will take Thank you We make sense of what had happened, we share our stories, we get to the root of the pain, and then work together to create change.

  6. Kelly says:

    Emotionally a very hard book to read but stick with it I have a much clearer picture of what happened and the after effects that are still happening today.