Before studying this page, please ensure you feel safe. Stop after each question and feel if you have any stress in your body. Here are techniques that help, Ways to Calm Down.
Here is more information on ACEs.
Research is continuing on the adverse effects of stress and trauma, which is more devastating if they occur in childhood. Exposure to racial discrimination, minority stress, and past generational trauma is now considered an important ACE marker. Racism is an ACE.
This is only a guideline. One major trauma can make more difference than many smaller insults. If one parent harms you, another can offset that harm with compassion and love. Surviving trauma brings with it resilience. We who have survived trauma are wounded warriors.
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Childhood adverse events and adult trauma or repetitive stress affect your body (biology) your mind (psychology) and social interactions (social). Healing takes place through your body, mind, and social interactions.
Here is a link to More Information on ACEs.