The Pain We Carry
Healing from Complex PTSD for People of Color
by Jennifer Mullan; Natalie Gutierrez
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Pub Date 03 Nov 2022 | Archive Date 01 Oct 2022
New Harbinger Publications, Inc., New Harbinger
“All of us who were raised in the United States carry legacy burdens derived from our White Supremacist culture, but those carried by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) are particularly onerous and are triggered on a daily basis. I know of no book that better describes this sad condition and presents a variety of practical ways for people to unburden than this one.”
—Richard Schwartz, PhD, developer of the Internal Family Systems Model, and adjunct faculty in the department of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School
“Natalie helps us unpack and understand how systems of oppression contribute to our imposter syndrome and attachment wounds. The journal prompts and meditation guides lovingly bring us back to ourselves and connect us with our ancestors. A must-read for our souls’ healing.”
—Alyssa Mancao, LCSW, licensed clinical social worker, writer, and owner of Alyssa Marie Wellness Inc. located in Los Angeles, CA