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PTSD is often a diagnosis that clinicians apply to individual who have experiences sexual assault, a terrible natural disaster, a complicated childhood with many complexities, or childhood sexual abuse. But PTSD can encompass a wide variety of symptoms and experiences that may have little to nothing to do with the traumas listed above. An example of this would be inter-generational racial and family trauma or being raised by a narcissistic and sociopathic parent.