Monday, December 10, 2012

Fear & Resilience


"In an analysis of facial fear expressions of female assault victims with PTSD undergoing prolonged exposure for PTSD, fear expressions during the first reliving of rape memories were highly correlated with improvement at posttreatment."
 From the article:  Influence of Emotional Engagement and Habituation on Exposure Therapy for PTSD


Don't be afraid to face the fear - it actually means something better is on the other side.



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