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Review: “The Wounds Time Won’t Heal” by Martin H. Teicher (How Child Abuse Impacts Development, Causes Brain Damage)

When I read the article, “The Wounds Time Won’t Heal” by Martin H. Teicher, it answered many of the concerns I have about my own two children, who are victims of child abuse, and who have experienced significant trauma in their … Continue reading

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Healthy Attachments are Crucial to Outcomes for Children

Attachment is the outcome or result of the way a child is cared for early in life, and is connected to a child’s development, and their well-being as an adult.  John Bowlby (1907-1990), a British psychoanalyst, developed the theory of attachment … Continue reading

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