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Cognitive Schema and inheritance of parental trauma

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Published on Mar 10, 2014

Cognitive Schema
What people struggle with is whats in the cognitive schemas. Worries, fear, loss, anxiety.
Traumas and negative experiences are what makes maladaptive schemas!

What do all these have in common ?
- Experts / childcare that omits facts ?
- Narcissists / psychopaths rigid self-perception ?
- Authorities who knowingly prevents fact ?
- Prejudices , preconceived and false imprisonment ?

They have great difficulty in correcting an existing perception of an issue !

Why ? Because they have difficulty correcting their cognitive schema, in other words, serious fallacies.

Here i describes what a cognitive schema is, its structure and function, and protein formation which is of importance for such a schema's functioning and the formation of memory .

Described is also the methylicing process that are important for understanding how children can inherit parental trauma. It is important to understand how children are harmed by growing up with narcissists , psychopaths and other personality disordered people. But it is also important to understand that former orphanage children's trauma in childcare may affect their future children's development.

A study from Randy Jirtle of Duke University showed that when female mice are fed a diet rich in methyl groups, the fur pigment of subsequent offspring is permanently altered.

A sense of shame can be transmitted from one generation to the other. It applies to all other behavior and mental problems, as much as it applies resistance to such negative traits. It is important to note that there is not the trait in it self, but the lower threshold to activate it, which is inherited as shown by methyl descriptions . One can say one inherits increased vulnerability, such as shame, violablility, aggression, social exclusion, schizophrenia, depression, etc.

It is the environmental impacts that determines whether the individual traits developes.

Increased understanding of cognitive schemas, understanding of where and how memory is stored , what affects it, and how children can inherit their parents' trauma leads to increased understanding of why psychopaths, narcissists and other personality disordered people are harmful to the child's upbringing. Depressive parents damage thus not only the child based on their behaviour, but also through inheritance. But, such genetic systems require an environment that trigger these genes in the child.

Understanding the cognitive schema also helps to understand why the expert psychologists are manipulated, in the face of narcissistic disturbed parents, why the courts slavishly follow the experts' advice, why mortality among children in childcare are so high, why children in care are so poorly treated despite allegations that they get help. Biase is very closely linked to cognitive schemas that has little ability to accommodation , adaptation to new information. Prejudice is largely based on the difficulty of correcting schemas.

Narcissists rigid behavior, "My way or the high way" is based on little ability to correct schemas, because such a correction is associated with shame , trauma and negative experiences. If the entire self-image is built on false grandiose cognitive schema, and painful emotions arise when they are challenged , you get a typical psychological defense of these schemas .

The presentation is based on research papers .

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