Exploring The Impact of Childhood Trauma on Mental Wellbeing, Self Esteem and Attachment Styles Among Young Adulthood

1Mehak Verma

2Dr. Mohammad Imran

1Amity University Uttar Pradesh,
2Amity University Uttar Pradesh

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Abstract:

This research looks at how childhood stress affects young adults' mental health, self-esteem, and bonding styles in many different ways. The study uses ideas from developmental psychology, trauma theory, and attachment research to look into how bad events in childhood affect mental health during a very important stage of development called young adulthood. Through a thorough study of the literature and analysis of real-world data, the dissertation aims to show how childhood stress affects people's mental health, self-esteem, and bonding patterns. The study also looks at the influencing and moderating factors that affect the link between traumatic events in childhood and psychological performance. These include perseverance, social support, and coping techniques. The dissertation uses a mixed-methods study approach that includes both quantitative surveys and qualitative review to look at the different experiences and points of view of young people who have been through traumatic events as children. The study's results have implications for professional practice, intervention methods, and policy efforts that aim to help trauma patients become more resilient and heal while they are still young adults.

Keywords:

Childhood trauma, young adulthood, mental well-being, self-esteem, attachment styles, developmental psychology.

Paper Details
Month05
Year2024
Volume28
IssueIssue 2
Pages1-5

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