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Some years ago I was invited, along with two other speakers, to borris a talk about our experiences of war and political oppression. We gathered in the hotel bar to discuss the event and meet our interlocutor. Soon we were chatting and laughing, having declined an offer of tea in favour of a bottle of wine.

Los patitos feos : la resiliencia : una infancia infeliz no determina la vida

Our interlocutor watched us with growing bewilderment and later admitted he found our exuberance unsettling. You see, we were victims, and he expected to be confronted by fragility, visible emotional wounds and, I suspect, considerably more meekness.

Humour is one of the characteristics of survivors identified by Boris Cyrulnik, the French psychologist, psychoanalyst and author. Cyrulnik is a survivor, who witnessed the deportation of his parents to a concentration camp. Resilience is his groundbreaking book, the result of years of work with children who have suffered every trauma from institutional abuse to genocide. It amounts to a book-length argument that trauma does not equal destiny. Cyrulnik, a best-seller in France, has now been published in this country for the first time.


For too long, he argues, the caring professions — and consequently society — have subscribed to a kind of psychological determinism in predicting outcome for traumatised children: Cyrulnik accuses psychologists of thinking ‘like car mechanics? In fact child victims of trauma actually show remarkable resilience.

Resilience by Boris Cyrulnik: review – Telegraph

These children were often mute and spent hours rocking themselves on their beds. There was a flood of applications from the UK to adopt them. Then brain scans showed shrinkage of the cortex and ventricles of the brain. Many of the children were felt to be beyond hope.

The applications to adopt all but dried up. But, when placed with the right foster families, the cortex and ventricles of the brain swelled back to normal size.

It is a powerful argument and one the caring professions have resisted. The narrative or context given for suffering is what determines survival, the feeling of selfhood is shaped by the gaze of others.

In the war years, for example, sacrifice and going without were seen positively. Today, when the measure of happiness is personal wealth, success and fulfilment, we discuss sacrifice only in terms of victimhood.

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Almost any experience can be reshaped if those who have endured it are given the power to write their own narrative. Cyrulnik has put into words what many survivors feel. Get the best at Telegraph Puzzles.

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