Grace did not know. How long would it take to figure it out? How did the child of Holocaust survivors become a survivor herself? It was a mystery that took a lifetime to unravel. Until then, through the many difficulties she experienced, the lodestar that helped her was that "It could have been worse." The hand she was dealt was having been born in New York to a damaged family of Jews who came out of late 1930s Germany. It took her until she was in her eighties to understand her life, the ways she sabotaged herself, and why. PTSD and transgenerational trauma, the latter only being studied now, are the keys. Now she knows. Grace shares insights with us in this interview, along with excerpts from the book. You can find more at her website, enoughtofallthat.com
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