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“What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger” Proven False By New Research

PTSD) or major depressive disorder (MDD), according to the researchers. After the 2010 earthquake, 9.1% of the survivors were diagnosed with PTSD and 14.4% with MDD­.The risk of developing these disorders was particularly high among individuals who experienced multiple pre-disaster stressors, such as a serious illness or injury, death of a loved one, divorce, unemployment or financial struggles, legal troubles, or loss of a valuable possession.To be at increased risk for post-disaster PTSD, individuals had to have crossed a “severity threshold” of four or more pre-disaster stressors, the researchers explained.MDD displayed a slightly different pattern: Every pre-disaster stressor, even a single stressor increased a person’s risk of.

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