As Jayme begins to process her trauma, experts and former victims say what she needs most is space and time to discuss it on her own terms. And with the help of a supportive and understanding family, she likely will be able to recover and live a happy life. So now, “she needs to feel … in control and experience her memories in a way that … doesn’t retrigger” her trauma. … You’re not the bad guy here.”Smart said she would tell Jayme that “she is a survivor and she is a hero. What’s more, she said, Closs’ escape and rescue are “the reason why we can never give up hope on any missing child.”——McCombs reported from Salt Lake City.
Source: National Post January 12, 2019 05:03 UTC