Understanding Childhood Trauma

Childhood trauma refers to a psychological and emotional response to distressing events or experiences that occur during a person's childhood. These events are typically overwhelming, frightening, or harmful and can have a lasting impact on a person's mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Childhood trauma can vary in severity and can result from a wide range of experiences, including but not limited to:

  1. Physical abuse: Being subjected to physical harm, such as hitting, beating, or other forms of violence from caregivers or other individuals.
  2. Sexual abuse: Involves any form of sexual activity imposed on a child without their understanding, consent, or ability to comprehend.
  3. Emotional abuse: Involves consistent patterns of belittling, shaming, rejection, or other forms of emotional manipulation or mistreatment.
  4. Neglect: Failing to provide basic physical and emotional needs, such as food, shelter, love, and attention.
  5. Witnessing violence: Experiencing or witnessing domestic...
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