Childhood Trauma

Trauma comes in various forms and levels. Some are less obvious in the way it may impact us or manifest. One of the many challenges of more “subtle” childhood trauma, is that it becomes so engrained in the expectations of our relationship that it can often appear in adult relationships and/or an intergenerational pattern. These patterns can continue into the next family generation, as those who experienced the childhood trauma, engage in similar acts when they become parents, as that is what was modeled for them.

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