Carolyn Fisher, a retired nurse, joined HuffPost Live's host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to share the traumatic event that completely changed her out...
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The brain has ways of coping with and reversing the effects of psychological and physical maltreatment, but a number of factors influence how well and how quickly people bounce back. One of those factors is the individual's support system.
Trauma is ubiquitous in our world. Sometimes, however, its magnitude is so profound or persistent that, while recovery is possible, a person's life is forever changed.
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