Who will pay for my therapy?

I don’t want to judge people who have been traumatized by Holocaust-survivor parents, but I’m not sure I can help it. This just rubs me wrong:

Children of Holocaust survivors are suing Germany to pay for their psychotherapy.

The lawsuit, involving some 4,000 plaintiffs, was filed Monday in a Tel Aviv court. The children of survivors argue that they have been scarred being raised by parents who experienced the Nazi Holocaust, and as a result Germany should pay for their psychological therapy. (MORE)

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