General Hospital Spoilers: Elizabeth’s Suppressed Past Emerges To The Surface, Memories Of Abuse Flood Her Mind

Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) hasn’t had an easy upbringing. She has done well for herself as an adult with a steady career and three wonderful children.

Elizabeth’s life hasn’t been without struggle, dealing with trauma from her past. Recent General Hospital spoilers and rumors suggest Elizabeth is about to weather the eye of her personal storm. After her recent breakdown, Liz has jumped back into her daily routine. Against Dr. Kevin Collins’s (Jon Lindstrom) and Hamilton Finn’s (Michael Easton) better judgement, Elizabeth is back at work and tackling her every day life and the struggles that come along with it. She seems too good too soon and this behavior is setting up Liz for hitting rock bottom.

General Hospital previews and spoilers reveal Elizabeth has suppressed trauma that will soon rise to the surface. General Hospital rumors suggest that the upcoming arrival of her father, Jeff Webber, will trigger her past trauma, causing Elizabeth to have a full on mental breakdown.

GH rumors hint that Elizabeth’s story will take a dark turn down memory lane, revealing a tragic history of abuse. Elizabeth has been rattled lately with every mention of her father. She keeps avoiding and running from her past but she can’t escape what’s been done.

Will Liz be strong enough to go through the memories of her past?

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