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I’m sure there was some level of trauma, but the weekend, I testified on a Friday, Monday was a holiday, Columbus Day, the following Monday.
“The trauma in skeletal males is often considered evidence of participation in warfare or violence,” Broehl says.
The adopted kids appeared to have gotten over the impacts of their earlier trauma.
Research shows that these stress responses develop abnormally in kids who face trauma early in life — such as abuse or neglect.
Nayirah recalled the trauma of watching Iraqi troops storm into Al Adan Hospital in Kuwait City, where she volunteered as a nurse.
Like ocean waves, a special group of cells in the brain’s memory center, the hippocampus, synchronize their activity to speak to the “emotion” center every time you recall trauma.
It has led to a trauma for the entire community as we wonder about the future of everything from public schools to jobs and industries on which we have long relied.
Being a true ally of our community means supporting our collective work to address longstanding trauma, not taking sides.
Injuries are often caused by crushing or other trauma, the team explained.
And the papers of Braulinski of the old University of Warsaw on the fear trauma which he termed a birthmark of civilization.

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pulchritudinousadjective | [puhl-kri-tood-n-uhs, -tyood- ]SEE DEFINITION