What was childhood trauma? Could the traumas experienced in the early period continue their effects throughout life? Well, what could a child have experienced that would cause his life to lose all its colors?
In this book, which aims to shed light on the bitter darkness of all these questions, you will encounter the stories of eight little children. You will witness how some people lost all their colors in their safe harbor, some on their birthday, which they waited for a whole year, in the darkness of a rough night that some never expected, and how some people lost all their colors in a hug they embraced with love and trust. Then how those disappearing colors blend into each other and turn into darkness...
Well, is it possible to strike a match into this deep darkness? Can this darkness be lit up a little bit? Is there a time to illuminate these deep darkness in which we are lost? But what about a way to regain all lost colors?
Another purpose of this book, while answering all these questions, is to introduce the reader to psychotherapy interventions that can be applied in the early trauma process, and to raise awareness of how these interventions contribute to the trauma process, and to convey the process of reprocessing each lost color into the child's psyche.