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6 Reasons Why A Traumatic Childhood Transforms Into Adult Anger

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According to mentalhealcarecenter.org,Childhood trauma chips away at a child’s stability and sense of self, undermining self-worth and often staying with the child into adulthood.

This trauma can also impact a person into adulthood as they experience feelings of shame and guilt, feeling disconnected and unable to relate to others, trouble controlling emotions, heightened anxiety and depression, anger.

Let’s take the case of complex trauma that occurs directly to the child and disrupts their sense of safety and stability. If a child is abused emotionally, physically or sexually, by someone close to them, often a caregiver, it can condition the way the child forms attachments later in life.

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