Divorce is a shame-based trauma. This means that alongside the shock and traumatic effects of the change you are going through, you are also turning on yourself in shame. So you need to process the shame with self-compassion training and understand the effects of the mild-to-acute PTSD you will be experiencing. Post – Traumatic Stress, or PTS, OR Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD, is the name given to a set of symptoms that many people experience after traumatic incidents. After a threatening experience, it is common and understandable to be distressed for some time. For example, people often say that they find it difficult to
get the thoughts and images of what happened out of their mind, and they may even experience nightmares about the events. It is also normal to feel more jittery and emotional – you may feel ‘on edge’, or the verge of tears. Because the event is upsetting, it is natural to want to avoid thinking about it, and we may avoid reminders of what happened. This guide will give you some tips of what to do to get yourself back on track
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