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Severe and prolonged trauma can cause illness

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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder can affect many different people, from survivors of natural disasters, such as destructive earthquakes, hurricanes like Harvey or Irma; victims of violent crimes, rape, or sexual assault; survivors of horrific automobile or airplane crashes; to military service men and women.

Definition of
trauma

Everything that is “traumatic” may not meet clinical standards for trauma.

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