You would like to undergo trauma therapy
When someone is confronted with traumatic experiences in their life, this can have significant consequences on their quality of life, long after the fact. This is because traumatic experiences leave traces in various parts of our brains in different ways.
The memory function that is directed by the rational brain produce a lively memory of the traumatic experience. The memory systems directed by the limbic system (the emotional brain) produce feelings of sadness, anger, resentment, indignation, etcetera. But what is more important, is that there is also a memory function in the reptilian brain (the primitive brainstem), which fires off continuous, strong, uncontrollable signals to other parts of the brain, telling them that there is danger.
In this way, the body becomes stuck in permanent fight-or-flight mode. It is a pure survival reflex. The body does not succeed in balancing the central nervous system and return back to a ‘normal’ state.