As we mentioned before, the first stage of trauma is denial. It is a protective measure allowing your mind to delay thinking about the traumatic event.
Denial can be useful in keeping confronting and scary emotions and memories at bay, but it also numbs you to your real feelings and stops you from being able to connect with others. To move through the denial stage of trauma and be able to process the trauma you have experienced, you need to face what has happened to you and the realities of your experience.
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Source: Health Match