10 Questions to Determine if You Experienced Trauma in Childhood – New York Post
These 10 questions reveal if you had a traumatic childhood New York Post
Trauma in childhood can have a lasting impact on a person’s life, and it is important to recognize if you have experienced trauma in your past. If you are unsure if you have experienced trauma, here are 10 questions to help you determine if you have.
1. Did you experience physical, emotional, or sexual abuse as a child?
2. Did you witness violence or abuse in your home?
3. Were there any traumatic events in your childhood such as a death, divorce, or natural disaster?
4. Did you have any major changes in your living situation such as moving or changing schools?
5. Did you experience any neglect or abandonment as a child?
6. Were there any major losses in your life such as the death of a parent or pet?
7. Did you experience any bullying or teasing as a child?
8. Were there any traumatic events that happened to someone close to you, such as a family member or friend?
9. Were there any traumatic events that happened in your community, such as a mass shooting or terrorist attack?
10. Did you experience any medical trauma as a child, such as a serious illness or injury?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it is possible that you have experienced trauma in your childhood. It is important to recognize and acknowledge this trauma so that you can seek help and support if needed. Trauma can have long-term effects on mental and physical health, so it is important to take steps to address it. If you need help, reach out to a mental health professional or support group for assistance.
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