5 posts from month 12/2018

Grief in victory: Therapeutic writing helped to heal a nation after the First World War

My latest piece, originally published a few week ago in The Conversation. Your comments are welcome! - Most people have seen images of Allied victory celebrations marking the end of the First World War, but was everyone in a celebratory mood? For many, grief overwhelmed relief. Grief was arguably the defining experience of the entire conflict. However, the psychology of that grieving has been relatively overlooked. The British, in particular, are famous for needing to show a stiff ...

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