Everyone, including younger children, can be affected by trauma. Life-threatening events such as car accidents, fires, bullying, sudden illness, death of a family member, crime, abuse or violence can all cause trauma for the child. A young child’s language is still developing, so it is important to look for other clues in their behaviour and the way they play to understand if the trauma has had an effect on them.
Are bad, negative, traumatic memories or stress keeping you from becoming the person you desire? Do you struggle with debilitating memories, limiting your potential? Have past experiences sabotaged your dreams and goals?
At Miracle Healing Hideaway and Journey Into Wellness, we use a unique and innovative patent-pending technique to help you to change the way you associate to your memories in a positive way.
In a previous episode, we talked about a very young girl who had been in ICU for ten days. During her stay and especially afterwards, her parents noticed how much her personality had changed. In the short span of ten days, she had become aloof as well as combative and aggressive towards her mother.
This change in personality was a result of her mother holding her down as procedures took place. When her mother held her down, the terrified little girl had no idea how to process and understand what was happening to her. As a result, these behaviors occurred.
In this podcast, we discuss how to support your children after they’ve been affected by trauma or traumatic events.