I didn't grow up being taught any particular view of the End Times, I'm one of those who never knew what the Rapture (or really Secret Rapture) was until the Left Behind books became a pop culture phenomenon.
In my first memories of reading the Book of Revelation, I was admittedly skimming it over and not digesting most of the details. But while much I didn't understand, it's chronology never confused me. It seemed clearly like John was being shown a sequence of events, mostly in Heaven but to varying degrees correlating to events on Earth.
I never bought Pre-Trib. For a long time, until not long before I created this blog, I was essentially Post-Trib. But what caused me to become alienated from mainstream Post-Trib was how they scrambled the Chronology of Revelation. But at least they're not like Pre-Wrath saying their view is Chronological when it clearly is not.
But my personal perspective aside, here are clear textual reasons why the Seals, Trumpets and Bowls are clearly threes sequences that follow each other and can't in any way be happening at the same time.
Revelation 8 begins with the Seventh Seal being opened and then clearly depicts the Seven Trumpets being given to their angels as a result of the Seventh Seal being opened.
Revelation 11:15-18 begins to describe what happens when the Seventh Trumpet is sounded. And one statement is "Thy Wrath is Come". In context what the grammar and meanings of these words is saying in both Greek and King James English is NOW his Wrath is Come at the sounding of the Seventh Trumpet, Biblically trumpets are warnings and this was the last warning.
Pre-Tribbers and Pre-Wrathers (and also Post-Tribbers) want to insist we were already in God's Wrath at least in the Trumpets because "obviously that's God's Wrath". But that isn't sound doctrine. Releasing demonic entities in Revelation 9 isn't God's Wrath.
The Bowls are defined as God's Wrath, so not even one could have been poured out before the Seventh Trumpet.
The only time Wrath is mentioned before the Seventh Trumpet is sounded is in Chapter 6, after the Sixth Seal is opened. And it's not the narrative voice, or God, or anyone in Heaven, or any Prophet saying it. It was said by the kings and other powerful men of the Earth. They think this is God's Wrath.
In Anime analysis videos much is made of how things in early episodes are meant to take on a new meaning when re-watched. Well this part of Revelation chapter 6 I think has a similar effect. That these worldly people think they are already in God's Wrath is hilarious when you know what's coming, they have no idea.
And I have another post on that it's perfectly fine to view some plagues as happening more then once.