Post-traumatic stress is the shock after a event that overwhelms and threatens your sense of safety, responsibility and choice. The effects may be immediate or take time to surface, and can be felt over a lifetime. Whether you are suffering from the impact of one traumatic event or ongoing trauma, recovery is possible.
Primary trauma is the traumatic event.
Secondary trauma is not having the support you needed after the event happened.
Types of Trauma
Betrayal Trauma. Being betrayed by a loved one where trust is broken. For example, being cheated on or being abused by your partner.
Complex Trauma. Repetitive harm, multiple events.
Developmental Trauma. Chronic family trauma. This might include having a parent with mental illness or substance abuse, losing a parent, witnessing domestic violence, not feeling loved, not having the basic necessities, and or direct verbal, physical or sexual abuse.
Single-Incident Trauma: Examples may include a car accident, tornado, death of a loved one, bullying, or physical or sexual assault.
Traumatic Grief. A traumatic reaction after a death where responses are severe or prolonged and interfere with daily functioning.
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): May develop after a person has been exposed to a traumatic experience. Sufferers often have persistent symptoms including:
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