Possible Causes of Emotional Deprivation
• Today’s work-focused lifestyle is producing a loveless environment of emotional deprivation.
• Babies are separated from their mothers before developing a deep sense of belonging because she must return to work.
• Competition diminishes our ability to care about the needs of others, focused on meeting our own needs first.
• Living a lifestyle of stress, anxiety, competition, abandonment, and abuse causes compounding social problems.
• When Essential Human Needs go unmet for long periods of time, symptoms of complex PTSD can develop.
• When a society is unable to co-create a loving environment that meets Essential Human Needs, everyone suffers.
• The environment becomes more and more toxic, creating more trauma, resulting in more toxicity.
Carefully review the symptoms below.