Why Aren’t Trauma Survivors Warned That Parenthood May Be a PTSD Trigger?

by Dawn White Daum For many survivors of childhood abuse, symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may re-occur, or never arise, until they become a parent. A significant number of parenting survivors do not recognize the increased depression, anxiety or onset of flashbacks as symptoms of PTSD, weaving in and out their journey to raise … Continue reading Why Aren’t Trauma Survivors Warned That Parenthood May Be a PTSD Trigger?