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What should I do now? I heard about dissociation and wonder if this is what it means? Before answering this question, a description of dissociation would be helpful. In many instances dissociation can be considered normal or non-problematic. Here are some examples: A child becomes completely absorbed in an activity and then is not aware of what is around him e.
A child even an adult can read to the end of a page and not know what he has read because his mind has gone somewhere else.
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A child can block out something unpleasant for example, a painful injurywithout harming his overall functioning. As with other difficulties that people have, there is a continuum or a degree of seriousness of dissociation.
Problematic dissociation can be considered mild, moderate or severe, depending on many factors described below. Children can experience varying degrees of dissociation at different times. Problematic or pathological dissociation can occur when a child has to cope with an overwhelming or frightening event, with multiple frightening events, or with a confusing living situation see FAQ 2 below.
The child feels very afraid and helpless and cannot escape from the situation. He may even fear that he will not survive. This is a survival technique used at the time of the frightening event and can be helpful to the child at the time.
However, the way each child handles such a situation will depend on many factors. Some factors may be: This can interfere with his overall learning and development, particularly if it happens often. A moderate form of dissociation occurs when a child has developed the skill to not feel his body being hurt, for example, during physical or sexual abuse, or medical interventions.
He may be able to block out other senses as well, like hearing, tasting, and seeing, which can affect his ability to learn. The continued use of dissociation can keep him from being aware of his bodily sensations and functions.
They may not respond the way we usually expect children to respond to pain, illness or harm, and their injuries or illnesses might be missed or minimized. Another moderate form of dissociation happens when a child must separate himself his conscious awareness from his surroundings to avoid experiencing the terrifying event.
He develops the skill to not be aware of what is going on around him or to make what is happening to him feel unreal. This may happen during the terrifying event and it can reoccur when things remind him of the original situation.
Dissociation at the far end of the continuum happens when the child, in order to escape a terrifying event, has to separate so completely from himself that it feels as if separate selves hold the awful feelings, thoughts and memories.Moya K.
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