Watch “CPTSD: Is the Freeze Response an Indicator of Early Childhood Trauma?” on YouTube

 

This video was made on May 27th, 2017.

I feel like I am stuck in a freeze state sometimes. That is my main response to trauma. I tend to freeze and dissociate by distracting myself or zoning out. When I’m feeling especially triggered I tend to be drawn to my bed and want to lay down and stay there. I am wondering if this is an indication of how early in my childhood the initial trauma occurred. I’d love to know your thoughts.

I will follow this video up with research on this topic and will post a further video on my findings.

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