After tragedy, who bounces back? Keys to resiliency may lie in childhood – Vitals


This research suggests that caring for young children and babies plays a role in developing resiliency. The very earliest days of our lives are important for forming a sense of safety and security that we can use as long as we live. Childhood experiences and genetics both play a role in developing anxiety, PTSD and other mental health issues.

After tragedy, who bounces back? Keys to resiliency may lie in childhood – Vitals.

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