Jewish Trauma May Be Passed Down Through The Generations

Gila Lyons
Jun 27, 2016 · 10 min read
Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach, Florida (Credit: flickr/Yigit Ozan)

The body remembers and braces itself, screaming danger in response to a stimulus whose threat has long passed.

SSleepover camp was sitting by the lake watching heat lightning in the clouds while frogs popped and scratched their throats. It was swimming in a muck-bottomed lake, arranging small…