2 thoughts on “Post-Traumatic Growth in Game of Thrones: Sansa

  • April 17, 2019 at 2:12 pm

    Great article! It provided analytical insight on Post-Traumatic Growth while adding pop culture in the mix. It would be great to read insight on how war affects people. Take Ramsey Bolton for example. If his house did not have the reputation it had, would he had still done those horrible things? I think when the environment is ripe for pain, you either get horrible results or noble deeds. Look, I’m only a student for now but I think it is great to take something and use it for a deeper look.

    • April 18, 2019 at 1:52 am

      Thanks for the comment. I think Ramsey Bolton is a blend of nature/nuture (or the lack thereof)….he was exposed to trauma from a young age onward and clearly was hard-wired also to be who is was….an extremely disturbed psychopath…he certainly got his comeuppance.


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