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Post-traumatic growth

The narrative of growth from adversity might sound convincing, but it's difficult to collect reliable data on people before and after they've experienced trauma.

Studies found that people are not very good at accurately remembering what they were like before a traumatic event. When they think they have experienced growth, it might just be a coping mechanism. Those who reported personal growth after a tragedy were more likely to continue to experience symptoms of post-traumatic stress.

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In our culture, there's this idea that going through a disaster can be good for you and make you stronger.

It can be problematic to embrace the idea that personal growth and resilience are typical outcomes of adversity.

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