The Cause and Resolution for Traumatic Experiences

Trauma is the result of experiences that cause intense physical and psychological stress reactions. Trauma is a message regarding the loss of connection—to one’s mental/emotional and physical body, including disconnection with family, others, and to the world.

Trauma symptoms are individualistic, but common examples that cause trauma are mental/emotional, physical and sexual abuse, neglect, witnessing violence, losing a loved one, being in a car crash, fire, or a natural disaster. Trauma symptoms cause fear, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, outbursts, flashbacks, and other symptoms that can cause significant impairment.

The after-effects also change a person’s behavior and may cause anger, violent outbursts, social withdrawal, loss of interest in activities, and many other negative repercussions, such as loss of work and relationships.

Conflicts can occur in safe, trusting, and nurturing relationships. Traumatic experiences can influence how one responds to conflicts. Traumatic experiences can make it difficult to trust. Trauma after-effects may contribute to conflicts even in healthy relationships that sustain health and thus help someone grow mentally and emotionally. Traumatic experiences can make it more difficult for someone to believe in his/her ability to resolve the conflicts that occur in relationships.

Childhood Trauma

Childhood trauma is the result of anything that compels a child to feel helpless, hopeless or disrupts their sense of safety and security, including sexual, physical, or verbal abuse; domestic violence; an unstable or unsafe environment; separation from a parent; neglect; bullying; serious illness; or intrusive medical procedures.

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Adults who were traumatized as children are more prone to experience PTSD, stress-related symptoms, and other symptoms of trauma than those who weren’t traumatized as children.

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YES, YOU CAN Recover From Trauma! 

You can strive to re-engage in the relationship in which you experienced conflict. You can take the first step and openly own your role in the misunderstanding. You can model your hope of being able to listen and work things out. You can take ownership of your role in the challenging moments of your life.

The only path out is transformation healing
Holistic Transformation Health Care considers multidimensional aspects of health and wellness. Holistic Health Care addresses the whole person: physical, cellular, mental, emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual.

There are clear, concise, and definitive ways to prevent long-term trauma from developing. Holistic Transformation Health Care will assist you to develop skills, beliefs, thoughts, feelings, and behavior that support true healing. You will learn how to transform/transmute trauma, how it works, and how to transform it from affecting your life or the lives of your family, friends, and colleagues.

We can all make the world a better place, trauma-free, starting with ourselves. For example, How To Remain Calm.