On April 20, 1999, Kristen Long Krueger survived the Columbine High School shooting, a tragic event that ended the lives of thirteen innocent people.
For the next five years, Kristen lived in a fog. Then she decided she was ready to grow, heal, and rebuild her life.
In Healing the Invisible Wounds of Trauma, Krueger recounts that day and reveals important information about a third shooter, confirmed by dozens of her classmates.
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The existence of a third shooter never appeared in the official sheriff’s report.
Krueger then shares the brave steps she made to find healing and freedom … even when law enforcement refused to believe her story.
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The author demystifies the misunderstandings and distortions about trauma, bridging the gap between what professionals and talking heads want you to believe and the truth from a survivor. She explains
- Time does not heal all wounds
- The symptoms and struggles of PTSD are normal, not pathological
- People react to their trauma in different ways
Today, Krueger works as a psychotherapist, specializing in trauma. Her objective it to help survivors discover their true identity on the other side of healing.