Show 05: Resiliency and Post Traumatic Growth
00:22 5th Show Celebration
01:25 The difference between resiliency and post traumatic growth.
02:51 Eric Clapton’s history of tragedy and growth.
06:37 How to turn a tragedy into something good.
08:12 Defining post traumatic growth
08:48 How resiliency can predict post traumatic growth.
10:54 How tragedy helps us to become more sympathetic and spiritual.
12:51 Research on post traumatic growth, emotions, and negative coping habits.
14:18 Revisiting Eric Clapton’s trauma and post traumatic growth and what it means to us.
15:15 How the Out Of The Deep End show is Dr. J. C. Burnham’s personal self-growth.
15:48 How to contribute to the show!
In the fifth show in the Out Of The Deep End podcast, we take a look at the life of Eric Clapton and how his music is evidence of post traumatic growth. We start with his early life and being abandoned by his mother and move to the difficult rejection by English model and muse, Pattie Boyd. The show discusses how these experiences contributed to his music, as did the death of his son Conor and the writing of his famous song, Tears In Heaven.
The show also looks at the difference between resiliency and post traumatic growth and what factors predict post traumatic growth and how research performed on cancer patients help us understand how trauma changes survivors.
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