Most children experience stressful things as they grow up, divorce, illness or even the death of someone they know. These things can be difficult, but they’re not usually traumatic. A trauma is a sudden, unexpected and shocking event. If a child experiences a traumatic event, they might feel frightened or distressed. Children’s and adults reactions to traumatic events depend on a few things, how old they are, whether they’ve been through a traumatic event before, and what kind of support they get from family, friends and school, partners. How individuals interpret an event also affects how much trauma they feel. For example, a car accident will feel more traumatic if a person thought they were going to die. Personality and temperament can play a role too. This is why two children/individuals who go through the same traumatic event for example, a terrorist attack, might react differently.
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