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Life Changing Events: Who We Are Now - An Anthology
Author Basil B. Clark
Publisher Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc.
Description 256 pages on LSI Archival White 6" x 9" perfect bound with gloss laminate $14.95
Availability November 2021
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A collection of interviews examining the aftermath of life changing events, be they losses, abuse, inner and/or outer woundings, or other events, negative and positive. Looks at pathways people have traveled as they ask, "Since the eventful turning point, who am I now?"
Library of Congress Control Number: 2021948980

SEL043000 SELF-HELP / Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

SEL021000 SELF-HELP / Motivational & Inspirational

SEL023000 SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / Self-Esteem
About the Author
. Basil B. Clark is a retired associate professor from the University of Pikeville where he taught public speaking, voice and articulation, interpersonal communication, political communication, mass media, and fundamentals of theatre and acting.
. He served fourteen months as an Infantryman with the 1st Air Cavalry Division in Vietnam where he received the Silver Star, two Bronze Stars (one for Valor) and a Purple Heart. His interests lie in writing, gardening, hart, photography, and enjoying all activities with his wife Cora, and their two cats, Scooter and Little Bit.



What readers are saying

  • Trauma’s primary effect is to isolate us from ourselves, our loved ones, our communities and spiritual practices. Trauma insists on taking everything from survivors, and leaves the individual in a state of constant horror, re-experiencing a moment frozen in time over and over again until someone reaches out and helps establish a safe, secure connection beyond all the suffering. Basil Clark’s latest work does just that. By telling the stories and allowing survivors to share their hurt and healing in their own words, Clark allows for those primal and necessary components of connection to regenerate--contact, comfort, safety, shared narrative and shared healing.
    C.J. Robinson, Ph.D.
  • These are stories that deserve to be told, from the only people who could tell them. We all reach a Robert Frost moment – you know, “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood.” Sometimes we get to choose a road, sometimes we just limp down it with nothing but hope. This collection by Basil Clark shows not only a glimpse into those moments, but a beautiful mosaic of the many leaves picked up along the way.
    Buddy Forbes, Big Sandy Bureau Reporter at WYMT TV
  • The people who shared their personal pain with us in this collective of tears and suffering have found they have been given a gift of compassion and love, even though it came at a heavy cost ... I am a better person for having read them.”
    Rev. Bill McDonald
    Author of Warrior: A Spiritual Odyssey, Alchemy of a Warrior’s Heart, Purple Hearts, and I Still Can See Tomorrow; Poet; Actor; Artist; Documentary Film Advisor; Vietnam War Veteran (The Distinguished Flying Cross, The Bronze Star, 14 Air Medals); International Motivational Speaker; Minister, and Veteran Advocate
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