TrainingBytes® Understanding Trauma Recovery

Mental Health Awareness - Understanding Trauma

Trauma is a response to a terrible or negative event. It occurs when you feel emotionally or mentally hurt by something that has happened. Some examples of traumatic events can include the death of a family member or friend, major physical challenges, experiencing verbal or physical abuse, financial ruin, a plane or automobile crash, an extremely difficult relationship or breakup, or a natural disaster like a flood, tornado or hurricane. Most people will experience some form of trauma in their lives. We need to realize that there is always hope for recovery.

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A person can heal from trauma… but healing from emotional trauma is not the same as healing from a physical injury or illness.

A person with emotional trauma must be actively engaged in their healing and recovery.

If someone takes a passive role, their symptoms could stay unchanged or worsen over time. It’s important to heal from emotional trauma since long term trauma can weaken your immune system that can lead to disease and additional mental health issues.


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