🎧 Adam Frankel on How Holocaust Trauma Still Haunts His Family 80 Years Later
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Adam Frankel worked in the Obama White House administration as a speech writer. His grandparents were holocaust survivors from eastern Europe. His mother had profound mental health problems and he discovered that his father was not his father. in an effort to understand the roots of this he learned about what his grandparents had suffered and met with the world's leading experts on inherited trauma, how their experiences are continuing to impact their descendants today. We also talked what it was like working for Obama.
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