Most Traumatizing Things that Can Happen to a PersonWhat I meant by "traumatised" and "mentally shook" is the things that happened on your life that has rather haunt you and left a burden in your mind. A mental darkness affected by the bad things in life. If some of my items are rather exaggerated, just letting you know that I'm a mentally frail man and I'm rather sensitive when it comes to damn mental pain.
It's rather one of the most horrific and the most traumatizing thing any person could go through. Being violated wrongfully can make the person have PTSD and it's very difficult for the person to cope and get over it. You have to be this inhumane to say that it's a temporary phase and that they'll "get over it". It's simply not that easy to forget about it. Rape is a very serious matter and it's shameful because nobody deserves to be a victim of this.
I mostly experienced to elementary school all the way to High School. That's one of the main reasons why my mental health is so screwed up, and believe me it could torment a man for life. More and more bullying prolongs the torment of man and I'm afraid my torments have being prolonged. Bullies are merely sandbags who have no lives but ones pointless purpose is to torment others for their sadistic satisfaction. I'm never the same.
I've never been like seriously bullied. I'm like that one guy everyone likes. There's been moments though where it almost got bad (especially in middle school). Nothing serious though, I can't really complain. I do feel for people that have been bullied before.
Once, the former bully jumped on my ribs (or stomach) when we were in the first grade. I don't think it caused serious damage, but when it happened, I actually thought I was gonna die right then and there in front of the whole school.
I was bullied for two years in primary school, and it got to the point where someone hit me in the face with a tennis racket, and I moved schools immediately after
Either it's an adult going through a divorce or a child whose parents are going through a divorce, it's one of the most painful experiences a young child could go through and an adult too. It shatters the young hopes and dreams of that child and it will remain them broken as they couldn't be fixed. But for some adults, they aren't much affected by it (maybe) and they don't care if they married many times.
I had a very good friend back in first grade, and I swear, she was the sweetest girl you would ever meet. I had just finished the school year, and I learned that she had passed away because her heart stopped. I'm eleven now, and it still haunts me to this day. The worst part was that I had not learned about love, and I unknowingly had crush on her. It was truly a traumatic experience.
I've lost a lot of friends, and the worst part it's because I have turned ugly with the years. Trust me, this is so terrorful. Sometimes life decides that we'd not about keep in our most pathdages / friendly things.
I once had this buddy and we were really close friends and then once we got to High School I learned he only became my friend because I was smart and I sat next to him. Kinda hurt. Never get to close to someone just because you sit next to em.
I've experienced this before and I've been going around in circles of this one specific person who I personally treat as another "Personal Jesus"
Him being terrible enough and him being the most fake friend I ever have is why I disown the importance of best friends. In other words, I find best friends pointless in value. Let's just say he's a pathological liar and an attention seeker.
Bereavement is a very tough stage and it's one of the most touching and the saddest type of mourning any person can go through. Of course I would be deeply emotional and rather angered if my brothers died. When I was very young, my mother cried because her sister died from breast cancer. I didn't understand the depth of emotions and rather some emotions that doesn't have a lot of depth back then. Now I do and I sense emotions and I'm rather emotionally sensitive all the time.
I was 1 years old when my younger sister died. The worst part is that she died from not breathing at birth
I would be devastated if one of my siblings died.
Either your Mom or dad or both, it traumatises you still of how their lives have been cut short too soon and unfortunate the circumstances are. It could be even worse if abusive stepparents or foster parents play a role in your lives where they will prolong your torment instead of assuaging it.
When my mom dies I am going to lose it. I just hope everyone's parents live till their old and gray. Sadly that's not always the case.
I've experienced this lots of times and it's what I considered to be the most painful process a man could go through. It is also one of the parts that makes me into a cynic and I've grown more cynical as I experience more of this and whenever I heavily distrust some of my friends.
Besides that one time in 8th grade that I talked about earlier, I've never felt betrayed. The sad thing is that guy doesn't even understand how he hurt me.
Either because they died or they kicked you out of there lives, they're both painful to bear and cope with. Of course, dealing with the death of a good friend of yours is more painful than losing a friend who doesn't want you any near his/her life. Trust me, I've been through many losses of friends in a way that they don't want me in their lives and it's agonizing to go through so many...
Unfortunately I have experienced this several times. For example, I have been accused and punished for things my sister did instead of me at home. It seems I have always been a vulnerable person for this. I'm not getting too personal whenever it comes to TheTopTens or BAND experiences like this. I can't even recall being falsely accused of something I haven't done on there but it probably happened. The worst thing is when a good friend did this. They are no longer friends but distrustful and deceitful people
Among Us in a nutshell.
Long story of mine.
No parent should have to bury their child. The absolute worst thing that can happen in my opinion.
I couldn't even imagine how the parent would feel.
I saw my cat die, it was horrible.
After watching "9/11 as events unfold", witnessing a tragedy wouldn't make me safe at all.
A terrorist attack, particularly bad car crash etc.