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Complex Ptsd: Emotional and Mental Abuse

“Child emotional abuse is an often misunderstood form of trauma that can cause damage to a child’s developing brain, leading to long-term learning difficulties, problematic behaviours, and increased incidences of physical and mental health issues. The emotional abuse of children may be the most damaging form of maltreatment, affecting their emotional and physical health as well as their social and cognitive development.”

Prevent Childhood Abuse America

We’re going to look at 7 key aspects of Childhood Emotional Abuse to understand how it impacts our Complex Ptsd.

 

 

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