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It Didn't Start with You (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon

Mark Wolynn is North America’s leader in the Hellinger Institute of Northern California and Inherited Trauma Institute.
He conducts workshops in clinics, conferences, hospitals, and teaching centers worldwide, where he has trained many clinicians and treated a lot of patients.
His book It Didn’t Start with You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle won the 2016 Silver Nautilus Book Award in psychology.

Mark taught at the New York Open Center, the Western Psychiatric Institute, the California Institute Integral Institute, University of Pittsburgh, among other institutions.

The author deals with anxiety, panic disorders, depression, obsessive thoughts, self-injury, fear, chronic pain, etc.
He is a graduate of English and psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. Wolynn also studied English at the University of Arizona, and he was lucky to publish his poetry in The New Yorker.

His articles appeared in Elephant Journal, Mind Body Green, Psych Central Psychology today, and Maria Shiver.

It Didn’t Start with You
In this novel, Mark Wolynn explains how inherited family trauma shapes people are and what one can do to end the cycle. It’s a groundbreaking approach towards transforming traumatic legacies that are passed into people over generations. Some of these traumas include anxiety, phobias, depression, chronic pain, and obsessive thoughts.

Most of these difficulties may not be originating from our immediate life or in chemical substitutes in our brains but from the lives of our great grandparents, grandparents, or even our parents. Recent scientific research supports and is proving how the traumatic experience can be passed on through generations.

This book constitutes the work of most competent experts in post-traumatic stress, including psychiatrist Bessel Van der Kolk, writer of The Body Keeps the Score and Mt. Sinai School of Medicine neuroscientist Rachel Yehuda.
Even after the person who suffered the original trauma dies, the memory and feelings can still live on even though the story seems forgotten and silenced. The emotional legacies are mainly encoded and hidden in everything, starting from gene expression to day-to-day language, and play a significant role in people’s emotional and physical health, and no one has ever understood it.

Having worked in the field of inherited family trauma, Mark Wolynn had a chance to work with people and groups during therapy for more than twenty years. It Didn’t Start with You gives a prescriptive guide to his method of Core Language Approach.

Diagnostic self-inventories give a chance to unveil the fears and anxieties shown through day-to-day behaviors, words, and physical symptoms. Active imagination, visualization, and direct dialogue form pathways to integration, reconnection, and reclaiming health and life.
The author gives a transformative approach to resolving difficulties that, in most cases, drugs, traditional therapy, and other interventions could not come up with a solution. Traumatic events, for instance, separation from either parent or domestic violence, can affect someone. This might not only lead to stress but also goes further to changing the person’s behavior.

The writer says that he believes that everyone has a core language that one unknowingly uses to speak their deepest fears. Wolynn believes that language is the key to solving family issues, especially when the trauma has never been brought up.

Mark Wolynn is dedicated to helping people make family connections to trauma while assisting them in letting go of their depression, anxiety, and suicidal guilt that may have very little to do with their traumatic events.

Our bodies have cells of our grandparents and parents, and both the helpful and unhelpful environmentally triggered gene expressions are within us.
Reconciliation with the family members, especially estranged parents, is the best way to resolve these problems. Mark does an excellent job of digging deeper into the effects of past family trauma, and if it’s not dealt with, it will be passed on to future generations. The subject of epigenetics is so fascinating, and you’ll be intrigued once you complete the book.

Most of the time, trauma can be noticed in the manner in which we write or speak of our challenges. Dr Yehuda does an excellent and fascinating job in genetics to simplify and unfold very vital information.

The author uses a lot of examples in this fascinating in-depth book for a better understanding of the inherited family trauma. The book acts as an eye-opener to everyone’s biggest fear in life.

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