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Re: double double quotes Michael D

Posted by Dr. Bob on April 17, 2004, at 10:50:10

In reply to Re: The shadows from the past (complex PTSD), posted by Michael D on April 16, 2004, at 10:59:24

> I would recomend reading the following books:
> Scattered Minds: it's a book about ADD, but I find some of the information to be very helpful for PTSD.
> I take for granted that your daughter is very knowledgable about abuse and healing. If she isn't one of the best things for her - and you - to do is read about it. A good beginner's book is "Breaking down the walls of silence" by Alice Miller...
> Lastly, I'd like to recommend, as an adjunct to the above, that you and/or your daughter read "Making Sense of Suffering" by Konrad Stettbacher and "Cure by crying" by Thomas Stone.
> The four steps in "Making Sense of Suffering", in particular, are important to understand.

I'd just like to plug the double double quotes feature at this site:

The first time anyone refers to a book without using this option, I post this to try to make sure he or she at least knows about it. It's just an option, though, and doesn't *have* to be used. If people *choose* not to use it, I'd be interested why not, but I'd like that redirected to Psycho-Babble Administration:






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