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What Is Sociohistorical Trauma? What Is Historical Trauma?
What is sociohistorical trauma? What is historical trauma?

Historical trauma is a reaction to violent experience that challenges the person to develop new ways of thinking and behaving. There are many kinds of traumatizing events, of course, and individuals may respond very differently to the same event. The kinds of experiences that may traumatize us include life-threatening events such as violent crime, a tsunami, or a serious accident. People can also be traumatized by loss or anticipated loss of a loved one, a job, physical or mental health, or lover. Trauma is sociohistorical when perpetrated by people on people, such as in child maltreatment, domestic violence, or war.

Historical trauma has helped design the architecture of human beings. Probably ...

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