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Led by Hyu Jung Huh, a doctor at the College of Medicine at Seoul St.
Mary's Hospital, the study “provides preliminary evidence that childhood trauma has an adverse impact on interpersonal problems in adulthood."Hyu studied 174 individuals diagnosed with depression and 151 diagnosed with anxiety disorders.
There can be many reasons for emotional volatility, including genetic influences such as bipolar disorder, parental indulgence that contributes to a lack of impulse control, dietary imbalance, narcissism, or brain trauma from injury or drug use.
After divulging the details of past trauma, Hyu then assessed adulthood interpersonal problems using the Korean Inventory of Interpersonal Problems Circumplex Scale (KIIP-SC).
They tend to fuse emotionally both positively and negatively to others, behaving wonderfully when they feel good, and blaming everyone around them when things are not going their way.
Their sense of self reacts to external circumstances, and their behavior fluctuates according to their unstable sense of self.
These patients were assessed using the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) and the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI).
After the recruitment process, participants completed the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ).