Why does it take decades to realize the negative effects of childhood trauma? Why was I able to go so long symptom free, then one day I was literally hit with life stopping PTSD and Anxiety?

More often than not childhood trauma is evident, however, it is labeled as part of life. These symptoms include, colds, flu, diarrhea, ear infections, headaches, stuttering, sleep issues, anger, fear, sadness, hyperactivity, etc. that are classified by the medical constabulary as common childhood issues. The medical constabulary doesn’t address cause and effect. It isn’t in their best interest. Health is a birthright. There is a cause for all issues of unease, unhappiness, and distress. Resolving the cause is key.

So one day what hit you that was life stopping that triggered PTSD and anxiety? It was an accumulation of many years of ignoring the cause of your distress and discomfort that was labeled common life issues. And then one day something lit the fuse of PTSD and Anxiety.

The delayed onset of symptoms related to childhood trauma and the sudden emergence of conditions like PTSD or Anxiety can be attributed to several complex factors:

  1. Coping Mechanisms: Children develop coping mechanisms to deal with traumatic experiences as a way to survive and adapt to family and society edicts. These mechanisms assist them to function relatively normally during childhood and adolescence. However, as they mature and face new challenges, these coping mechanisms may become less effective, leading to the emergence of stronger maladaptive coping mechanisms that the medical constabulary provides pills as a remedy.
  2. Resilience and Adaptation: Some individuals are naturally more resilient and adaptive, allowing them to manage and cope with the effects of childhood trauma for a long time without strong or prolonged symptoms. However, as they face significant life changes, stressors, or triggers, their resilience may diminish, leading to the manifestation of more elaborate maladaptive coping mechanisms that can be given a label that the medical constabulary provides pills as a remedy.
  3. Accumulation of Stressors: Over time, individuals may accumulate additional stressors or life events that exacerbate the impact of childhood trauma. These cumulative stressors can eventually overwhelm an individual’s ability to cope, leading to the onset of maladaptive coping mechanisms that the medical constabulary provides pills as a remedy.
  4. Repression and Denial: Some children learn to repress or deny the traumatic experiences they endured. This can be a protective mechanism that helps them avoid confronting painful experiences or rock the family boat. However, repressed emotions and experiences can resurface later in life, triggering maladaptive coping mechanisms that can be given a label that the medical constabulary provides pills as a remedy.
  5. Societal Triggers: Specific life events or societal triggers can activate latent trauma. These triggers may be similar to the original traumatic experiences or unrelated but emotionally charged.
  6. Developmental Stages: As people progress through various life stages, their emotional and psychological needs change. What they were able to tolerate or suppress during childhood may no longer be sustainable or adaptive as adults, leading to the emergence of maladaptive coping mechanisms that can be given a label that the medical constabulary has pills as a remedy.
  7. Increased Awareness: As people mature, they often gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their past experiences. This increased self-awareness can make it more difficult to avoid or deny the effects of childhood trauma, leading to the recognition of maladaptive coping mechanisms.
  8. Reduced Support Systems: Changes in family and social support networks, such as the loss of close relationships or support systems, can contribute to the emergence of symptoms. A strong support system can help buffer the effects of trauma, but its absence can leave individuals more vulnerable.

Every individual’s experience with trauma is unique, and the timing and nature of symptom onset can vary widely. You experienced an onset of PTSD and anxiety, it’s crucial to seek professional assistance with a Certified Transformation Hypnosis practitioner, who specializes in trauma recovery. They can work with you to understand your specific needs, develop recovery protocols to create complete recovery from any and all mental/emotional and physical distress.

The two most relevant independent studies 1969 and 1970 to create Peace of Mind and Happiness are: The Secret of How Hypnosis Works Does Hypnosis Work? A Comparison Study by Alfred A. Barrios, Ph.D. published in American Health Magazine, (acquired by Time Warner’s Health magazine 1999) reported the following findings.

These two studies have never been refuted in 54 and 53 years respectively.

Peace of Mind and Happiness is a birthright. With the assistance of a Certified Transformation Hypnosis practitioner, you can create your Peace of Mind and Happiness.

I am here only to be truly helpful.

Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, Ph.D. Transformation Hypnosis Practitioner, a motivational speaker, corporate trainer, and entrepreneur. She is co-author of the International Best Selling book, Conceived To Lead: Dismantling The Glass Ceiling Mindset