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How childhood trauma makes you depressed in adulthood



We always want to cherish our childhood sweet memories, we always miss, but not for all. The ones who have trauma at childhood like assault, emotional or physical abuse, or any other means of hurting. We already saw a blog about how parenting creates a psychopath not all people will become psychopaths. Some people may shrink their world, depressed, stressed and they will think they deserve this. To know did you have depression caused by childhood trauma, we can see 7 signs that will give proof. (but not professional purely under analysis)

First parents or soon to remember there is no age for depression or position or status or work or money problem. Children can develop depression at age of 6 or maybe younger. Recently the depression age of children getting decreased. Depression is also related to emotions, affection, words you are using when you speak/scold/blame (even if you care so much). Let’s get into the topic 🙂

Signs of Depression

Are you always Depressed?

Will you get depressed about all things? , whatever you do you always seem depressed. Some emptiness in your heart.when you have a depressing childhood, it is 20 times likely to have depressed adulthood. Can you remember when you are not depressed? You have lived for long but you cant recognize yourself yet?

You don’t have happy memories

Hearing someone talking about their childhood memories makes you feel upset and even more depressed?. May be Its because you have been mistreated, abused, or destructive life in childhood that you don’t want to look back. When someone mentions the childhood memories you may remember your trauma. Affect you in adulthood mentally.

You don’t know how to handle your emotions

You were a child who gets angry and threw tantrum when you didn’t learn to control your emotions from a young age. It’s going to get worse in your adulthood. Like Dealing with Feelings like sadness, anger, the loneliness it can lead to you to depression.

You have low self-esteem

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Are you always withdrawn from the outside world, unsure of yourself? According to the American Psychological association feelings of worthlessness are related to childhood trauma or mistreated incidents. It prevents them from viewing things on the positive side and shrinking in their own world out of anxiety and depression.

Difficult to have close social relationships

Do you isolate yourself from social activities or your loved ones? One who is depressed from childhood finds it difficult to find a social relationship. Your past incidents make you withdraw from finding relationships, you are emotionally vulnerable, fear of getting hurt, insecure by your childhood traumatic experience to be wary of love.

You go blank when things went wrong

When you shut down when things go wrong, this is because your childhood depression didn’t teach you how to tackle or overcome the obstacles. You will give up easily no matter how much you want because you are not used to it. your childhood depression took away your emotional maturity to face challenges. They may even blame yourselves for your failures.

You don’t expect anything

Do you live in hopelessness always, because you have lived most of your life expecting things but it won’t come expected? Then you give up on thought expecting, you won’t get inspired or expect anything to avoid being hurt again. You always dwell in your past trauma blaming and regretting. This will only worsen your depression as you grow

If you feel some of the signs relate to yourself. Don’t hesitate to consult a Doctor. Test your depression level using this link’s it for today 😉

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