Children often experience traumatic events differently than adults, left untreated, this trauma can, and most likely will have an impact on their development. Young Children When young children experience a traumatic event, they may become more susceptible to feelings of helplessness and an inability to understand the prospects of continued danger, whether or not any real dangers exist. Fear about this danger can carry over into other parts of their lives and they may have trouble expressing it or explaining their anxiety.
Events that have shaped my life Make a list: Events that have shaped my life If you are a regular visitor on this blog, you know by now that coming up with a list of items is a stretch that helps you understand yourself better and contributes to your personal development.
If this is your first visit, please start from the beginning. Events in our life shape our thinking, beliefs and overall attitude. When I ask people about the things that have shaped their life, they come up with big things, mainly traumatic events that were hard to ignore.
I can relate to this too, because when I worked on my own list, the first things that came up were the big things — moving house, changing city, changing country, the birth of my kids, loss and painful failures. I did have some positive, wonderful, exciting events too, like the birth of my kids and winning prizes and awards, but there were not as many of them as there were hits.
Focusing on the big things is natural. However, I believe that the small things, the ones we neglect to pay attention to, may contribute a lot to how we conduct ourselves in a way that we hardly recognize. The reason I am saying this is because very often, when my clients bring up their past and examine it, they talk about small incidents that were big for them at the time, even out of proportion.
Think about it as if you were flying through an asteroid field. Every asteroid in your path event in your life affects you in one of three ways: Has no impact, so you just keep going Becomes part of who you are and increases your mass energy, motivationso you keep going in the same direction, but smaller obstacles no longer matter Changes your direction If you understand that every event in life falls under one of these categories, you will agree we tend to ignore the ones that have no impact on the direction we take and notice more of the other two — the ones that give us a boost and the ones that change our direction.
Happy and Unhappy Events It is tempting to think that we get a boost from happy events and our direction changes from unhappy ones, but this is not necessary true.
Sometimes, unhappy events help us move forward faster and do bolder things. A great example of an unhappy event that motivates many people is the event of getting really sick. This causes many to take charge of their life and finally do all the things they have only dreamed of before.
An example of a happy event definitely one of my top happy events that triggers a huge change is the birth of your first child and becoming a parent.
I often say to my kids that having kids while studying is a big challenge, not because of money or having to go to work, but because of priorities. Before Eden was born, I was the best student — I did all my assignments, I passed all my exams with flying colors, I was an example student and did brilliantly.
The second she was born, I stopped caring about my grades and did not have to be the best anymore.
Luckily for me, I had finished most of my degree in the first 3 years, I only had 2 courses to complete after Eden was born and one of my courses was practical and I was good at the practical side, so I did not have to put in a lot of extra effort.
I do not regret the change in my priorities and I do not regret that it took me on a different adventure, but this change was still caused by a happy event. When you make the list of events that have changed your life, you are writing a biography that is limited to events from birth until today that were boosters or changers.
It is important to recognize your perception of the events as happy or unhappy and also their rating of how strong they were for you at the time. Going over events in a chronological order may help you uncover more details about your life. Go over memories from childhood.
Try to remember things from as early as 3 years of age or even earlier.
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