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Reclaiming A Legacy of Tenacity: From the Resiliency Construct to Honouring a Familial Story of Colonial Occupation and Survival
The author presents a deconstructive literature review of the resiliency construct and draws on postmodern philosophical ideas to reflexively critique theories of resiliency. An autoethnography of the author‘s familial ...
Exploring the Relationship between Trauma and Rheumatoid Arthritis
Previous research indicates that there is a relationship between trauma and development of chronc pain. Using the process of autoethnography, where the researcher is using their own experiences as the research material, ...
Finding Spaces of Connection After the Sudden Loss of a Child
The sudden death of a child is a traumatic, life-shattering event. This heuristic inquiry opens space to the voices of mothers who have experienced such a loss and seeks to understand their experience of connection with ...
Self-Regulation of Eating: An Autoethnographic Study of Motivation, Restraint and Mental Health
Autoethnography, as a research approach, acknowledges and accommodates subjectivity, emotionality, and includes the researcher's perspective and responses to the research. The readers of this autoethnographic text are ...
Grief and Divorce: A Personal Journey
Grief is an event that normally goes hand in hand with death but can be experienced on a daily basis for various different reasons and can manifest itself in different forms. When the grief is ambiguous and disenfranchised, ...
Awakening From Grief with Pema Chödrön
Death is an event that our society encourages us to avoid, cheat, hide, delay, and deny though it pervades our daily lives with every experience of loss that we encounter. Consequently, we are further conditioned to limit ...