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Free articles about the link between childhood trauma

Theories Of Causes Of Anger And Borderline Personality Disorder

As we have seen from numerous other articles that I have published on this site, those who suffered significant and chronic childhood trauma are at much-increased risk of developing borderline personality disorder (BPD) in their adult lives compared to those who were fortunate enough to grow up in relatively stable, non-threatening, loving and nurturing families. …

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Depression, Anger And Poor Coping Abilities Linked To Poor Parenting

  Sign Out DashboardProfileMyPlateMy FriendsMy InboxSettings Research recently conducted by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has found that, in general, parents underestimate the possible adverse effects that poor parenting is likely to have upon children (and, likewise, the extent of the positive impact of good parenting). Examples of poor parenting include : – inconsistent and unpredictable discipline …

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Complex PTSD In Children And Its Misdiagnosis As Anger Disorders

When I got to about the age of 12 or 13 I became a very angry child (although my angry outbursts were mainly confined to the home). In my case, my anger almost certainly came about as a defensive reaction to my mother’s extreme psychological abuse. In hindsight, now, I can see that such behavior …

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