Trauma, przed którą nie ma ucieczki. Cierpienie. Uzależnienie. Niesprawiedliwość… Nadzieja

Magdalena Ślusarczyk,

Olga Maciejewska,

Viktoria Richter


The trauma, you cannnot escape from!
Sorrow, addiction, trauma, injustice… hope

Where do the sorrow and trauma begin? Are they interrelated? What are the causes of such feelings as powerlessness, hopelessness or injustice? Could the mental pain be so big that the man isn’t able to stand it? And last but not least – where the hope begin? And how? Th ese questions are the topic of this article. We try to shed light on the issue of trauma and mental (and sometimes also physical) injuries in context of social inqeualities, class and gender diff erences or social injustice and ask for the consequences. We discuss also the way of getting out of the trauma and look for the way how could man overcome the traumatic experiences and if the social work is able to help in this process?

Słowa kluczowe: trauma, social work, hope, addiction

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