The surprising value of viewing traumatic experiences


I am standing on a bustling street corner in Aleppo, Syria. At one side, a group of people chat; above, a young girl’s voice carries a song. Until a bang stops her melody dead. Smoke and chaos pour into the street – a barrel bomb has exploded metres away. Suddenly, I’m in a refugee camp, next to children gathered around a fire. Bit by bit, more and more people and tents appear until they are everywhere. I feel incredibly anxious, hemmed in. (Image:Project Syria by Nonny de la Peña/Trauma:
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