How common is emotional trauma?

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Because there are so many causes of emotional trauma, exact incidence rates are difficult to determine. Childhood abuse is often thought to be a common source of emotional trauma, yet less than 20 percent of adults who were abused as children display signs of emotional trauma. More women suffer emotional trauma then men.

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Emotional Health

How well you handle stress, anger, relationships, work, family life-it all factors into your emotional health. Finding balance in life-as well as peace of mind-helps us cope with life's ups and downs. Take time to explore new ways ...

to find stress relief, and to release anxiety, and unhappiness. Counseling can help-as can a gratitude journal.
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