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Stress in Childhood Alters the Brain’s Reward Systems


  No one is oblivious to the impact of stress, including children. Obviously, we’d love for every child to be immune to any adverse or challenging experience. However, problems, anguish, and even anxiety make up normal dimensions that every child has to face at some point in their lives. They form part of their psychosocial growth. By this, we mean that there are experiences that, although challenging, are part of everyday life in childhood. One example may be dealing with bad grades, problems with a classmate at school, or even managing jealousy between siblings. These dynamics generate common obstacles that…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie

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