Whereas in adults who have received emotional trauma can be a psychic numbness (or anesthesia), blocking the memory or feelings associated with the disaster, children's psyche responds to this incident quite differently. According to Terra, have a similar psychic anesthesia in relation to emotional trauma is found much less, as they are using different means, namely, their own imagination, the game and waking dreams, bring back memories and ponder several times happened to them tragic accident. These multiple voluntary playing emotionally traumatic episode probably exclude the need for them to suppress "potent" memories that can later break through in the form of bright pictures of past events. If trauma is not too strong, such as a hike to the dentist to put the seal, there is enough of one or two "plays" of the situation. But if the child has experienced a strong shock, it requires many times to lose a traumatic situation, performing all the same monotonous sinister ritual.