Saying farewell to her fans on her final tour back in 2009, Tina Turner has been in retirement for over a decade. Yet, if you want to see live performances from the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll you’re in luck. Airing on BBC Two, Tina Turner at the BBC plays tribute to the star by showcasing her live performances throughout the decades. In the 1960s, Tina Turner sang A Fool in Love when she was in the well-documented abusive relationship with Ike Turner.
It’s a dark period in her life that continues to plague the 81-year-old.
In a candid feature-length documentary titled Tina, her second husband, Erwin Bach, revealed the singer “has dreams” about the abuse.
“It’s like when soldiers come back from the war. It’s not an easy time to have those in your memory and then try to forget,” he said.
Tina added: “For a long time I did hate Ike, I have to say that. But then, after he died, I really realised that he was an ill person.”
Causes of PTSD
Any situation that a person finds traumatic can cause PTSD, such as:
- Serious road accidents
- Violent personal assaults, such as sexual assault, mugging or robbery
- Serious health problems
- Childbirth experiences
PTSD can develop immediately following the disturbing event, or weeks, months, or even years later.
Effective treatment methods include trauma-focussed cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR).
What’s more, Tina has also suffered from ill health in her older age.
The NHS explained a stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of the brain is cut off; it’s a “medical emergency”.
This is another way to describe bowel cancer, which is when cells begin to multiply abnormally, forming a tumour.
Kidney disease can cause: tiredness, swollen ankles, feet or hands, shortness of breath, feeling sick, and blood in the urine.
Tina Turner at the BBC will air on BBC Two at 8.40pm on Saturday June 5.