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Coping as an Adult When Childhood Trauma Made You Suppress Emotions

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With complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD), some children who were subjected to chronic, unpredictable stress were often taught through verbal and physical discipline, along with humiliation, their appropriate emotional response to such stimuli were unacceptable.

As they grew into adolescence, when they exhibited their appropriate emotional response to the continued chronic unpredictable stress, they might have been told they were out of control, hormonal, rebellious teenagers and were again subjected to disciplinary measures and humiliation by family members, peers and authority figures in school, religion and, sometimes law enforcement.

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