Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive

Barbara Schechter Cohen - May 1, 2002

Holocaust Survivor Issues

You think the issues are going to go away?

No. I, I don't think so, not--they're, they're part of my, my life, my existence.

You think you learned how to handle them better?

Much better. Much better. Um, well a lot through um, understanding my parents as an older adult. Because when I was growing up I was mad a lot, I was angry. I was this--in the beginning this good, responsible child. And then um, uh, I married a man that my parents didn't like. And uh, I was angry at them and I was angry at my husband, I was angry at my children. And um, I don't have that anger anymore.

That seems pretty clear. [laughs]


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