Psychological health

The 7 Kinds Of Hidden Trauma That Shouldn’t Be Ignored

Why are you looking for a hidden shock in your life? Is it creating a problem? Or blame others for your lack of success or poor choices? number.

The reason to look for the hidden trauma in your life, Specifically what kind, for the purpose of healing. You cannot heal what you cannot see.

Invisible trauma is not visible but its side effects are not. These are the things that help you recognize hidden trauma so you can deal with it and address it.

No matter what kind of subtle trauma you suffer, there is hope and healing.

What is shock

Google defines shock as An extremely painful or upsetting experience.

that “expertise”.

I disagree.

This way of defining trauma has not only caused a lot of misunderstanding, but is one of the hidden sources of trauma. We’ll get into that kind of shock below.

Integrated listening Identifies The shock is better.

shock is Response An extremely traumatic or upsetting event overwhelms an individual’s ability to cope, causes feelings of helplessness, and reduces his or her sense of self and ability to feel the full range of feelings and experiences. (focus on me)

a “Response”. >>>>> yes.

Trauma is not an event or an experience.

Two people can go through the exact same experience and come up with completely different responses.

Trauma is damage What happens inside a person’s soul as a result of an experience or event. As a result of this, many traumas remain hidden and the damage not only affects the mind, will and emotions, but seeps into the body*.

Trauma is personal and subtle trauma is a big problem.

“Trauma is subjective. It does not disappear if it is not validated. When it is ignored or negated, the silent screams continue to be heard internally only by the detained person. When someone goes into pain and hears the screams healing can begin.” – Daniel BernockAnd the Appearing With Wings: A True Story of Lies, Pain, and Love That Heals

Read Have you had PTSD in the past?

7 types of hidden shock

Subtle trauma is something that can hide in us and suddenly appear long enough to spoil us. This “sudden onset” is called a side effect. It doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman, subtle shock disrespects people.

Before I get into the side effects, here are 7 types of hidden shocks with a brief description.

1. Forgotten shock

This type of trauma is hidden because a traumatized person cannot verify their trauma as trauma or not.

They reject it because:

  • Fear of repercussions
  • Comparing with others makes them see that it’s not that bad
  • Thinking makes them weak
  • Picture it as normal because that’s all they know
  • It is said to absorb and reject
  • To be nullified by someone who cares about him

Read: Can trauma be inherited genetically?

2. Childhood emotional neglect (CEN)

This kind of shock is hidden because something didn’t happen. A child is emotionally neglected when a parent fails to respond appropriately to their child’s needs.

Dr. Jones Webb uses the term “Enough”. This is because every child has different needs and a parent may respond, but simply not Enough for that child.

With CEN, an adult cannot see what did not happen to him when he was a child. Abuse is something that happened. CEN is nothing needed, leaving behind a hole with no memory. You can’t validate something you don’t know exists.

7 types of hidden shocks that should not be ignored

3. Undetected Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Undiscovered equivalence is hidden. PTSD has been misunderstood, misrepresented, and stigmatized. Because of this, he avoided a lot of anything to do with the label. Women suffer from undetected and undiagnosed PTSD more often than men.

According to Dr. Serra, many women simply do not know that they are suffering from the effects of PTSD. “Women are often so accommodating, which means that instead of looking for answers in their world or circumstances, they assume that something is wrong with them,” Dr. Serra explains. “So they may not attribute their thoughts, feelings, emotions or behaviors to something that happened to them because they just imagine that is who they are.” (source)

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