Thursday, August 29, 2013

Memory Functioning in Depressive Disorders and Bipolar Depression




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1 comment:

  1. From the age of 3 to 7 I was sexually abused by an uncle. I believe that during each one of those incidents, while my mind was doing its best to deal with the fear and other negative emotions, my brain was also not developing the way it should. The tramatic events interrupted normal growth because it had to deal with something else more important. So when I was 4 years old, playing with my dolly, my body is constantly changing, growing, developing when in walks this uncle. Immediately my body and my brain goes into protective mode. My body wants to scream and fight but my brain knows that better not fight because something worse will happen. Now my brain has to take care of itself and my body so the things that would/should have been going on; normal developments; don't happen or don't happen as they are suppose to.

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