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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-04-19

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Today, we are much more sensi-
tive about PTSD (Post-Traumatic
Stress Disorder.) Their work
has helped us understand the
emotional impact of catastrophic
trauma. We now realize how
people are emotionally affected
by overwhelming losses such as
earthquakes, floods and hur-
ricanes. We now know about the
effects of combat on soldiers and
violence on victims.
Over the course of his profes-
sional career, Krystal interviewed
more than 2,000 Holocaust
survivors. He found that during
the Holocaust, survivors focused
primarily on their survival from
day to day. If they had expressed
their overwhelming feelings of
loss and fright, they might not
have been able to survive.
He found that after the
Holocaust, people often could
not talk about what they went
through. They continued to feel
depressed and anxious because
of their overwhelming losses.
Compounding this difficulty was
the awareness that the general
population did not seem inter-
ested in hearing about the survi-
vors' experiences at that time. It
is understandable that, as a result
of their losses, survivors feared
deeply for the safety of their
loved ones and for the survival of
the Jewish people.
As a psychoanalyst, Krystal
understood that healing can take
place when people can talk about
their feelings in an accepting,
caring environment. He recog-
nized that the pain of one's losses
could never truly go away.
Krystal recognized that survi-
vors had to have the capacity for
resilience in order to survive and
make new lives for themselves.
He emphasized the importance
of learning to appreciate what we
have in life and that the love of
our families and friends helps us
to survive and heal.
A professor emeritus of psychi-
atry at Michigan State University,
Krystal is on the faculty of
the Michigan Psychoanalytic
Institute. He is also on the advi-
sory committee of the Program
for Holocaust Survivors and
Families of Jewish Senior Life
of Metropolitan Detroit, which
provides emotional support to
the Holocaust survivors of our
community.



248-661-1836 to schedule a tour

Dr. Charles Silow is director of the

or visit our website for an application!

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Families, Jewish Senior Life.

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