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Intergenerational trauma

And its relevance for Personal Injury work

Imagine being raised by someone who has experienced a trauma that changed their life so significantly – possibly without them even being aware – that their whole mindset was affected by this event or series of events.

That parent became wary of certain people; they felt they had to fight for everything they needed; they felt misunderstood by those they spoke to; they were desperate for people to reassure them that “it’ll be ok in the end.”

And every conversation reflected these negative beliefs, leaving them feeling constantly anxious, stressed and angry, with behaviours that were consistent with those feelings…

Read Shabnam’s full article on the Brain Injury Group website

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