Childhood trauma – Food for thought


Science is finding that traumatic childhood experiences impact our health in adulthood. The unresolved issues created by trauma put us at risk for developing many chronic diseases.

Trauma means different things to different people. Of course trauma includes easily identifiable events like abuse or neglect, but it also includes seemingly harmless incidents such as getting lost, or losing a pet or a treasured item, or experiencing injustice. Whether anyone else agrees with us, the fact is that if it happened to us and it hurt us, it was a traumatic event for us – and needs to be resolved.

Check out this TED Talks presentation

Check out this article from CBC Radio

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