A relatively recent concept, “trauma-informed” work, gives us the opportunity to understand much of human behavior, that otherwise seems mysterious. For example:
- Why do people consume harmful substances?
- Why do people say and do hurtful things to each other?
- Why do people do self-destructive things?
Is it possible that most or all of harmful, destructive behavior stems from earlier traumatic experiences? Evidence strongly suggests that this may be so…
Read MORE in the November 2016 TIRA eNotes