There can be significant aftereffects when someone is exposed to a trauma such as a life-threatening situation or witnessing a fatality. The potential for trauma exposure is often heightened for PSP depending on their role. It can affect their overall health and their behaviour both at work and at home. The aftereffects of trauma can be unpredictable and very difficult for families to deal with. Family members can be affected directly and experience some of the same symptoms as the PSP or struggle with the behaviours of the PSP and feel anxious or alone.
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