No idea but I had a great upbringing. Full of love and support but still got sz and started to go downhill at puberty. Up till then I was successful in a lot of things but looking back on it I had a great life but that sz was still there.
So. In my instance I wouldn’t say trauma had anything to do with my later problems. It was genetic for sure and inevitable.
I was a sensitive child with low tolerance to stress. My life sucked!
What I’m trying to say is that I had a loaded gun (my genes). A lot of stress and psychological issues pulled the trigger (psychosis).
If I had a good upbringing and didn’t do stupid ■■■■ I would be sane today, I’m quite sure of it.
I’m not saying stress isn’t a trigger but the commonly agreed upon explanation is an environmental process like trauma hits a genetic trigger. Just skimmed that article and not sure it’s valid.
Trauma itself does serious damage to our world. I’m not arguing against that.
I think that like basically everything there are multiple factors. They all conspire together to give us this bs we have.
I interact with Huda and a few others a bit. He’s right about the article. It explains things very well
Sz is definitely a brain disease. Plenty of people have traumatic youths but never develop a serious mental illness.
I like the concept of 80% nature. 20% nurture.