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Small amounts of trauma can make us more resilient, a new study has found
He said what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger – and it seems that philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was right.
Scientists have found that although traumatic experiences such as losing a loved one can be psychologically damaging, small amounts of trauma can make us more resilient.
科学家发现,一些诸如失去爱人之类创伤性经历会给心理造成一定损害,少量的创伤反而能增强我们的心理复原能力。 verywen.com

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In one study, those who experienced many difficult life events were found to be more distressed in general – but the same was true of some who had not faced any.
Those who had experienced some difficulties were the best off.
Other research revealed that people with chronic back pain were more mobile if they had experienced some serious adversity. Sufferers who had encountered either a lot or none at all were more impaired.
其它研究也表明,在有着长期性背部疼痛的人当中,那些生活中经历了逆境的人行动会更加灵活。 而那些没有经历过很多或者根本没有经历过逆境的患病者,会更容易受到不良影响。
Researcher Mark Seery, a psychologist at the University at Buffalo in the U.S., said: ‘A lot of ideas that seem like common sense aren’t supported by scientific evidence. ‘Indeed, a lot of solid psychology research shows that having miserable life experiences is bad for you.
Wise man: Friedrich Nietzsche, philosopher has been proven right
‘Serious events – like the death of a child or parent, a natural disaster, being physically attacked, experiencing sexual abuse, or being forcibly separated from your family – can cause psychological problems.
‘In fact, some research has suggested that the best way to go through life is having nothing ever happen to you. But not only is that unrealistic, it’s not necessarily healthy.’
He suggested that those who go through difficult experiences are given a chance to develop an ability to cope with such situations in the future.
‘The idea is that negative life experiences can toughen people, making them better able to manage subsequent difficulties,’ he said.
Although he stressed that ‘negative events have negative effects’, Dr Seery added: ‘I really look at this as being a silver lining. Just because something bad has happened to someone doesn’t mean they’re doomed to be damaged from that point on.’
His report on adversity and resilience appears in the latest issue of the journal Current Directions in Psychological Science.
他对于逆境和复原能力的报告被登在最近一期的《心理科学最新趋势》上。 verywen.com