January 03, 2005

Fear and Phobia

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Since yesterday, I'm reading "Psychology of Fear" by Christophe André, a psychiatrist in Paris. In Indonesia, Sri Lanka, one week after the Tsunami, we can see organizations are still in the first step of immediate help, for emergency, food, potable water, hygiene, drugs.
It's the further steps which worries me. My question is which traumatisms, phobias and fears will inherit the victims, I thinks especially to the kids.

Can we figure out the depth of traumatisme lived by the closest who were on the beach and lost husband, son, friend, to the farest: for example families in France or Sweden, waiting for a phone call, that may never come.
Sending money for emergency help is necessary, but money can't be the future right answer to the deep traumatisms. We should think of a long distance psychologic help for the survivors.
Can we, anonymous and non professionnal, settle basis of this international psychologic recomfort ? or only professional are able, with reason, to help and make thoses people live happy at least. indeed, I guess both are necessary.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

YOU MUST BE THE ONLY PERSON IN FRANCE THAT CARES ABOUT ANYTHING OTHER THAN YOUSELF.
CONGRATULATIONS

January 03, 2005 11:33 AM  

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