Australian shark attack survivor’s ‘Bite Club’ helps other victims cope with past trauma

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Australian shark attack survivor’s ‘Bite Club’ helps other victims cope with past trauma” – below is their description.

    Dave Pearson was almost killed by a bull shark in 2011 when he was surfing off Australia’s east coast. After living with the trauma of the incident for a year, Pearson formed a group called “Bite Club” to connect shark attack survivors with each other. Since then, the 58-year-old has been reaching other victims to help them deal with the psychological wounds that persist long after their physical injuries heal.

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