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    Nisha Parker Emotional Trauma within the Family Due Date 12/5/11 Emotional Trauma within the Family Parental substance abuse directly affects the emotional well-being of children within the family. It is estimated that one in four children in the United States are exposed to a family member’s alcohol abuse or dependence, and one in six children lives with a parent who has used illicit drugs in the past year (Journal of Child and Family Social Work). Children exposed to parental substance

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    Healing emotional trauma Emotional wounds are as real as physical bleeding wounds, and can affect every aspect of your life. You are at risk, regardless if you are a direct victim or somehow exposed to extreme, unpredictable and uncontrollable life-threatening events such as war, natural disasters, accidents, rape, physical or sexual assault, kidnapping, domestic violence, workplace or school bullying, physical or emotional abuse. PTSD ASD, STS and AD, are clinical conditions associated with traumatic

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    are many types of trauma that can effect an adolescent and without the proper treatment of the traumatic event the adolescent can have difficulty adapting and developing into adulthood. Kathleen J. Moroz, of the Vermont Agency of Human Services, defines trauma as a physical or psychological threat or assault to a child’s physical integrity, sense of self, safety of survival or to the physical safety of another person significant to the child. She goes on to list the types of trauma a child may be

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    girl was experiencing was emotional trauma created by her male coach. The

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    Did you know that in many cases, the cause of sex addiction can be linked back to past emotional traumas? The two issues may seem like they are worlds apart but in actual fact, emotional trauma, particularly in the early stages of life, can have a significant impact on the persons’ ability to cope and result in unhealthy coping mechanisms, such as sexual addictions. Sexual Abuse When sexual abuse occurs (particularly for men, during their developing years), they can come to associate sex with their

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    Did you know that in many cases, the cause of sex addiction can be linked back to past emotional traumas? The two issues may seem like they are worlds apart but in actual fact, emotional trauma, particularly in the early stages of life, can have a significant impact on the persons’ ability to cope and result in unhealthy coping mechanisms, such as sexual addictions. Sexual Abuse When sexual abuse occurs (particularly for men, during their developing years), they can come to associate sex with their

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    unstable emotional state: he wants to shield other children from the horrors adulthood, subconsciously because he feels vulnerable and alone in the world, and does not want others to experience that type of pain, as evidenced through Holden’s thoughts during different periods of time in the novel. Severe emotional trauma typically results in repercussion such as grief and psychological instability; which, especially inflicted upon a child, can have drastic effects on their mental and emotional growth

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    Emotional trauma can cause a dependency on a narcotic. Few cannot handle the burden of depression, anxiety, loneliness, or even their own conscious. So they develop a physical dependency to cope with each passing day. In J.D. Salinger’s novel, The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield struggles with day to day activities. He is kicked out of Pency Prep and is grateful for it because Pency was just another place full of phonies. Stradlater, Ackley, Mr. Spencer, all of them are phonies and it just

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    Do you ever think of life as a long tunnel? Like people go through emotional, mental, and phyisical trauma and it seems like those memories stick with us but the joyful moments seem to fade away. The theme for these two stories is emotional trauma because of the disraught and negative effects that events in their lives has caused. For example, in 1942 when Adolf Hitler rose up and caused the Nazis to go through hardship, loss, and tragities for years, the outcome was homicide of many Jews. In the

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    Similar to the convergence of physical issues, the soldiers had a similar emotional trauma experienced. The mass death that was a consequence of the physical carnage of the war could easily lead to emotional distress due to the nature of death. Consider in All Quiet on the Western Front when the soldiers had to seek protection in a graveyard when “heavy fire” overtook them, what Paul thought about the event described the messed up mental side of the soldiers regarding death (Remarque 65). Primarily

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