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(C) PTSD Trauma



What is (C) PSTD

Most people have probably heard of PTSD and have a hunch about what it is. PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Occurs after a traumatic event such as. wars, accidents, assaults, etc. that lead to "flashbacks" of "triggers" that in some way resemble the event (s). Reactions to this can vary as panic anxiety, difficulty sleeping, difficulty concentrating, anxiety, etc.

(C) PTSD (Complex post-traumatic stress disorder) is a reaction that arises from repeated long-term traumatic events which leaves "traces" in the brain and body and is difficult to deduce from what exactly it comes from. Often (C) PSTD comes from growing up if it has been in a tex. dysfunctional environment.

The results can be, disturbances, difficulties in regulating emotions, eg in the expression of impulse breakthrough, psychological shielding and dissociation, changes in self-perception and  identity perception, changes in relation to others, changed view of perpetrator, risk of retraumatization.

The self-image can be felt, I am bad, I am helpless, I am hopeless, I need others but they hurt me, I am powerless, others control my life.

The effect can be a feeling that other people or external circumstances control one's life, an external "locus of control" arises. The result can be that the individual avoids relationships.

If you want to know more, feel free to study the videos and / or read the literature next to it.


(NOTE! If you think you are depressed and / or have suicidal thoughts contact the psychiatric emergency or


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