Why Do I Get So Angry? Explanation Sheet: A Wormhole Back in Time

Why Do I Get So Angry Explanation Sheet A Wormhole Back in TimeThe sheet titled “A Wormhole Back In Time” created by Beacon House provides a thoughtful explanation of how past traumatic experiences, especially those involving fear, loss, or neglect, can impact an individual’s reactions and emotions in the present.

It uses the metaphor of a “wormhole” to describe how the body remembers past traumas and can react as if those past events are happening in the present. This reaction can lead to feelings of danger and prompt responses such as fight, flight, freeze, or collapse, even when there is no apparent threat.

The sheet highlights the importance of creating safe experiences where individuals feel seen and heard, to help the body learn that it is safe in the present, thereby healing from past traumas.

This explanation can be very useful for social workers, therapists, and individuals seeking to understand the impacts of trauma.

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