Meet-The-Author: Nancy Sherman, Ph.D. “The Untold War: Inside the Hearts, Minds, and Souls of our Soldiers Friday June 1oth from 2 pm to 5 pm.
Introducer: Prudence Gourguechon, M.D. (Chicago, IL)
Author: Nancy Sherman, Ph.D. (Kensington, MD)
The Untold War
Respondent: Jonathan Lear, Ph.D. (Chicago, IL))
Soldiers ﬁght inward battles that are not just psychological, but moral. They wrestle with the guilt of luck and accident, and the uneasy burden of killing
and leaving the killing behind. For some, what weighs heavy is the sense of betrayal that is part of the moral shadow land of wartime interrogation — of building intimate rapport with a detainee only to exploit it. For others, the moral burden comes with killing civilians, as part of the permissible but no less wrenching collateral damage of war. These are feelings felt by
patients convey about their partners; 2) Recognize hand contend with the repetitive enactments occurring in the couple relationship that create, in the individual, powerful resistances to analysis.
Click Here to Read: The Untold War by Nancy Sherman: A Must Read for Vets and Those Who Support Them by Matthew Alexander on the Huffington Post website March 16, 2010.
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