Search & Research, Lectures and Papers 1
Parenthood and the Holocaust
Dan Bar-On and Julia Chaitin
The focus of this study is on the emotional coping abilities of Jewish families who came under Nazi attack and destruction, as well as on the ongoing, long-term impairment of the surviving families’ emotional relationships. This impairment affected not only the victims, but their children and grandchildren as well.
"It offers valuable insights for clinicians as well as lay readers into the emotional dynamics of survivors and their offspring.” [Dais, Volume 7, Number 1].