Stereo Williams
Mar 13 · 13 min read
“At the time of a traumatic event, the mind makes many associations with the feelings, sights, sounds, smells, taste and touch connected with the trauma. Later, similar sensations may trigger a memory of the event. While some people first remember past traumatic events during therapy, most people begin having traumatic memories outside therapy. A variety of experiences can trigger the recall. Reading stories about other people's trauma, watching television programs that depict traumatic events similar to the viewer's past experience, experiencing a disturbing event in the present, or sitting down with family and reminiscing about a terrible shared episode - for some people, these kinds of experiences can open the floodgates of frightful and horrible memories.”
Dan Reed, Wade Robson, James Safechuck speak with Oprah Winfrey during “AFTER NEVERLAND”

Stereo Williams

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Culture/entertainment journo, semi-pro ranter, I tweet about music A LOT. Daily Beast. Rolling Out. Upscale. Buzzfeed. Also known as Cornelius Esposito

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