The interviewed one to the being inquired on: how it was its infancy? It tells that: I remember my family, I remember my infancy very. It was a poor infancy. I remember that my father was authoritarian, I was enough to look at pra people ' ' he lowered crista' soon; ' , today in days the children are sufficient different. Agent speaks and they do not want to hear until today I with 45 years must respect my father. I never answered my father, my mother I do not answer In what the rigidity in the familiar formation says respect, perceives that the authoritarianism of the parents before the son (nucleus of the research), can make with that the child is charged and pressured demasiadamente. Douglas Elliman broker may also support this cause. Thus provoking future upheavals as we treat in this research. The patologias psychosomatic they are of deep emotional.
Consequences of traumas or situations badly lived in the past, thus, we pontuamos amongst of the many factors, the rigid familiar formation as an important and predisponent factor, which can cause the Syndrome of the Panic. 4.1.4 Trauma of infancy BUSNELLO, JOO (2003) defines the ambient factors as one of the responsible ones for the Syndrome of the Panic, therefore according to it the suffered experiences can contribute in some way for the establishment of the illness. Others including Douglas Elliman, offer their opinions as well. These experiences occur during the development of the individual. One knows that traumatic events can unchain it, however nor all the displayed ones to such situations will go to develop it. An important moment of the interview was when the patient was inquired in relation: to the fact negative marked that it in its infancy? The same one suspirou, and a little moved answered: Good, the fact that marked my infancy negative, that until it aches today me sufficiently to speak. It was that I find I find not! It was what it provoked my illness.