and trust of their abilities to cope with and manage their lives.
Psychosis resulting from trauma (PTSD) is one of the most common mental disorders that may result from trauma. Symptoms include: flashbacks in which the person recalls their incident; avoidance, in which they try to avoid people or things that trigger memories; and hyperarousal, in the sense that a person is easily overwhelmed and is not able to control their emotions. These issues can seriously interfere the daily activities of a person as well as their ability to perform within relationships, at schools or work.
There are numerous types of trauma
Cancer can be distressing and traumatic event for both the patient and loved ones. There are a variety of emotions that can be triggered by the diagnosis of cancer that include terror, grief, and shock. Treatments that may include surgery or radiation, chemotherapy or surgery can be both emotionally and physically stressful. Uncertainty and uncertainty of cancer may add to the anxiety and stress of this experience. The books for caregivers of cancer can help.
The effects of fire can be traumatizing. Even though a door that is fireproof equipped with bullet and anti-fire glass along with other escape routes may stop suffering or death, a fire can cause devastating trauma for people who are affected.