What are some of the long-term consequences of emotional neglect?

For children, affectional neglect may have devastating consequences, including failure to thrive, developmental delay, hyperactivity, aggression, depression, low self-esteem, running away from home, substance abuse, and a host of other emotional disorders.

How does glandular fever affect you long-term?

The majority of people with glandular fever will have few, if any, long-term complications other than fatigue. However, glandular fever can be associated with a number of acute complications, including haematological and neurological complications, hepatitis, splenic rupture and upper airway obstruction.

Can glandular fever cause problems later in life?

Once you have had glandular fever, it is unlikely you will develop it again. This is because people develop lifelong immunity after the initial infection.

Does emotional neglect count as trauma?

Complex Trauma, also known as childhood trauma, is more than a single event. It is a series of events or one prolonged event perpetrated by a caregiver, or someone else in the child’s life who is supposed to protect them. These offenses include physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse or emotional neglect.

How damaging is emotional neglect?

Childhood emotional neglect can damage a child’s self-esteem and emotional health. It teaches them their feelings are not important. The consequences of this neglect can be deep and last a lifetime.

Can you have PTSD from emotional neglect?

Emotional Neglect is Complex Trauma Childhood trauma takes several forms, such as physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and emotional neglect. Emotional neglect is complex trauma that can result in complex post traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD).

What emotional neglect really looks like?

You blame yourself almost exclusively, direct your anger inward, or feel guilt or shame about your needs or feelings. You feel numb, empty, or cut off from your emotions, or you feel unable to manage or express them. You are easily overwhelmed and give up quickly. You have low self-esteem.

What are the long term effects of glandular fever?

After around 4 months I was the same as you, seeing little to no progress and worried that I was going to be left with Chronic Fatigue as the length of time it was going on didn’t seem to fit with the conventional wisdom of what I was reading everywhere else.

When did glandular fever start to flare up?

I had glandular fever when i was at uni (so about 10 ish years ago now) so a long time ago. Since then ive noticed that if im run down or stressed, i get very very tired. I vaguely remember ny doctor at the time telling me that this could happen, and said that because the virus stays dormant in your system so can flare up.

What are the symptoms of glandular fever in children?

Other clinical features include: jaundice (yellow discolouration of the skin and eyes) – this affects approximately four per cent of people with glandular fever. The symptoms usually develop four to six weeks after infection with the virus. In young children, glandular fever usually causes mild or no symptoms.

Do you have to be isolated from other people with glandular fever?

You will not have to be isolated from other people. Once you have had glandular fever, you will develop a high resistance to further infection. However, if your immune system is weak, the virus may be reactivated. You cannot be immunised against glandular fever. Make sure you use proper hygiene, including handwashing.