Bullying has a long-lasting impact on everyone involved – the person being bullied; bystanders who are witnessing a person being bullied; and sometimes even the person who bullies.
In fact, bullying is an Adverse Childhood Experience, which is a potentially traumatic event and can have negative.
These traumatic events can have lasting effects on a person’s development, the way they interact with others, and how they perform in school.
Moreover, according to researches and studies that are done on bullying, it shows that children reporting ACEs are more likely to display bullying behavior.
In this blog, we take a look at some of the Signs of Repressed Childhood Trauma in Adults.
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What are the early signs of PTSD in adults from childhood?
A rough childhood may affect your present health if you’ve suffered from violent assault or car accidents.
These events can make you believe you’re in danger or you may lose your life.
Moreover, these events can trigger emotional and even physical reactions that can lead to different disorders including heart attack, stroke, obesity, diabetes, and cancer.
People who suffer traumatic events sometimes develop Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
PTSD is more common in women. In fact, it is twice as many women as men.
Dealing with Repressed Childhood Trauma is hard, and you may need to visit a doctor if it is leaving a long-lasting effect.
Moreover, there are some ways to decode the signs of repressed memories in adults if you’re observant.
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