How trauma related to pregnancy can impact African Americans

The Trauma of Your Ancestors Lives on in You: Pregnancy in the African American Community

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Something scary has happened, and it has threatened your sense of safety. You feel your stomach in knots, sweat pouring down your face, and heart pounding. This is trauma, and it can be anything from witnessing violence to being present during a hurricane. Did you know that during a traumatic experience not only is your […]

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Trauma Reaction: 2 Realistic Examples

Posted Posted in Angela Gonnella, Anxiety, Trauma

In this last blog of my series on trauma, I’m going to tie everything together. My first blog started with the basics in telling the difference between classic anxiety and trauma reactions.  My second blog began to paint a picture of what the primary issues are when experiencing a trauma reaction. I want to take […]

3 Ways to Tell the Difference Between Anxiety and Trauma Reaction

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Many people label a variety of stressful or uncomfortable experiences  as “anxiety.” However, sometimes that experience may be more than just “anxiety.” A deeper look may reveal that there are painful, traumatic experiences that’s creating the emotional stress.  When you hear the word “trauma” or “trauma reaction”, you may be confused about what this means. […]