NYC Nanny Stabbing: When Is a Child Too Young to Remember Trauma?
Nessie Krim, a 3-year-old returning from a swim lesson, witnessed a family tragedy that could leave lifelong scars.Full Story
Since: Oct 08
#1 Oct 28, 2012
My educated guess is that the child will never be the same no matter how much counseling she and her parents may go through. She'll never forget that moment in the bathroom; or she'll completely try to bury something so horrid in her mind and it will fight to come out over time.
That poor family.
#2 Oct 28, 2012
What about wars?? Millions perhaps billions have been traumatized by the recent wars.
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