How trauma is different for men and women?

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Women have a two to three times higher chance of being diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress disorder.

It is important to note that Trauma is not a thing, an action, or a situation/experience you have or witnessed. Trauma is a biological reaction in the body. A reaction that happens when the body and mind cannot process any more information and that overload sends you in to your stress…

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