"In the second part of The Aftermath Jamie Clubb looks at the psychological impact on individuals following a conflict situation. From the extreme cases of the atrocities of World War I to dealing with self-recrimination over not acting in a certain way against an intimidating antagonist the black dog haunts many of us.
This episode touches on the roots of this figure of fear and depression from its roots as a folkloric spectral being of British folklore to the metaphor that is often used today.
Jamie also discusses the methods many use to combat the various physiological and psychological effects of the aftermath." https://clubbchimera.com/podcasts/