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(1) Many people control their feelings through muscle tension and may re-experience these feelings spontaneously when the muscle spasm is broken up.
(2) The first involves re-experiencing the event.
(3) For most survivors, symptoms of fear, anxiety, re-experiencing, urges to avoid, and hyper-arousal, if present, will gradually decrease over time.
(4) It's this re-experiencing and consequent re-definition that reduces the emotional charge of an event.
(5) PTSD is defined as an anxiety disorder precipitated by a traumatic event and characterized by symptoms of re-experiencing the trauma, avoidance and numbing and hyperarousal.
(6) Furthermore, according to the authors, those participants who experienced multiple traumas may be more vulnerable to re-experiencing old PTSD symptoms when confronted with a new trauma.
(7) In my experience, when our mind is full of anxiety, and general static, we are often re-experiencing a "child state of mind."
(8) In the firemen group, the PCL score and hyperarousal correlated positively with idealization; re-experiencing correlated positively with projection.
(9) This possibility allows for lifetimes to be reviewed and ancestors forgiven without the necessity of reliving or re-experiencing yet again a similar circumstance to the ancestor.
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