Childhood Trauma And Memory – Why Some Remember, Others Forget

As humans, we have a natural, psychological defense mechanism that allows us to disconnect our conscious awareness from experiences that would be too emotionally disturbing for us to allow them access to our consciousness. This process is termed ‘DISSOCIATION‘ by psychologists. The process of dissociation, in relation to the experience of severe trauma, can happen: … Continue reading Childhood Trauma And Memory – Why Some Remember, Others Forget