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The concept of delayed-onset PTSD, in which onset does not occur until at least six months after the traumatic event, initially attracted considerable skepticism. They will also learn when to refer to more advanced treatment.” Traumatic events and loss are common in people’s lives. Action: If abuse occurs in your family take immediate steps to ensure that it is stopped and not repeated. It affects your life and the people around you. They are easily controlled with synthetic l.-thyroxine. The person you love may seem like a different person than you knew before the trauma — angry and irritable, for example, or withdrawn and depressed.

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Publisher: Greystone Books (October 13, 2015)

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