Childhood is not perfect for anyone, yet some kids have it much worse than others. Such kids usually grow up in high-threat zones where they repeatedly hear, see, and feel things that terrify them. They are small and confused and often have no adult who can guide, comfort, or protect them. Many of these kids grow up to find themselves around emotionally reactive, mentally unstable or unpredictable people. Some of them are forced to live among adults checked out on drugs, while others face the humiliation and terror of bullying. Sooner or later, these children adjust to living on their own in a world that seems big and bad.
As children, we constantly engage in the process of attempting to understand the world as well as those who live in it. Unknown to us, many of us have internalised our traumatic experiences as kids that now decide who we are and how we cope whenever a stressful situation arises.
Medically known as developmental trauma disorder, this phenomenon is silently affecting millions of people across the world. While some get help early in life, others remain undiagnosed until adulthood. Regardless of when you get a diagnosis, it is imperative to seek help right away, as untreated developmental trauma can cause significant hindrances in daily activities of life.
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PTSD is a condition that can develop following exposure to a traumatic event. While not everyone who experiences trauma will develop PTSDread more
What is Vicarious Trauma
According to the British Medical Association, vicarious trauma refers to a change process resulting from frequently engaging with trauma survivors. In simpler words, the term describes the negative changes that a person experiences who are empathetically involved with people who have experienced a traumatic event in the past.read more
Developmental Trauma Disorder
The symptoms of developmental trauma often linger on with the trauma survivors into adulthood. In a fully-functioning adult, these symptoms may include the following:read more
Signs Of Repressed Childhood Trauma In Adults
Childhood trauma, in particular, can have prolonged effects on physical health and may even lead to the development of several mental health disorders, including addictions.read more