Acceptance Of Stressors During A War Is A Real Toggle For Reality, But It Has To Be Done In Order To Survive By Cheryl Freier www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com

Posted by cheryl - February 12th, 2015

Stresses About War Times Are Hard For Children To Accept
By Cheryl Freier-author of historical fiction novels on the Holocaust www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com
The word stress is such a general word. By itself it really does not really explain much. Yet, the meaning of the word stress does say that a person is struggling with her thoughts and emotions. The key issue about stress is also how the stress affects others. Stress ripples off onto children. At least 20 percent of children suffer from stress. Warnings signs for children with stress symptoms include irritability, lack of sleep and anger. (From The American Legion Magazine, October 2014, page 13).
Joseph Freier’s children accepted the World War II edict that they were being hunted down by the Nazis. The decision to accept this truth was shattering for the children, but they knew that they could not give into anxieties. Stress and denial would cost them their lives. Cheryl Freier is the author of the new novel, Echoes Resounding From The Past Hidden Truth Poems, and The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems, and The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems.


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