Abandonment and Rejection
Abandonment is when someone abruptly leaves your life, sometimes without notice. Their departure can leave you feeling rejected. Traumatic Shock is the result of abandonment. Some of the many symptoms of traumatic shock can include hopelessness, depression, anxiety, trembling, uncontrollable emotions, and deep grief. These symptoms can greatly impact your self-esteem and self worth.
There are many types of abuse. Invisible Abuse is any abuse that does not leave a bruise. It is emotional, verbal, psychological, narcissistic and spiritual. This type of abuse isn’t as recognized by society as physical abuse. However, the effects of these types of abuse can be just as damaging and require extensive work to overcome. Often times the victims have endured everything victims of physical abuse endure psychologically, they just don’t have the bruises to prove the abuse happened. Physical Abuse is abuse that leaves a bruise or physical scarring. It includes physical and sexual harm.
When a spouse or partner is unfaithful outside of a committed exclusive relationship. Sometimes the person may abandon the relationship for the other person. Other times the person may end the affair and return to the original relationship. Infidelity can also cause Traumatic Shock leaving the victim with depression, anxiety, trembling, uncontrollable emotions and deep grief.
Betrayal can happen within any type of relationship. The relationship can be with a spouse or partner, a parent, family member or friend. It is when the victim feels the other person has turned against them and inflicted emotional harm when doing so. Betrayal can cause anger, rage, sadness, and uncontrollable emotions.
Divorce is devastating to the entire family and friends of the family. Sudden loneliness is overwhelming and debilitating. So many decisions need to be made to protect yourself, your well being and your family. The problem is, you may be struggling to get up in the morning let alone make a decision of any kind.
Trauma often occurs when a relationship partner has an addiction. The addictions can include pornography, sex, alcohol, substances, and gambling. The addiction can cause the partner to be unreliable, unpredictable and abusive resulting in trauma to the non-addicted partner.
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