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An Insecure Childhood? Then It's Harder Dealing With Adult Stress

A new study adds to our knowledge of the profound and lasting impact child relationships have upon a range of adult experiences. The latter include our personality traits; the potential for positive, mutual engagement with others; or for emotional disturbance in many forms. This study, published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, found that insecurity in childhood makes it harder to deal with stressful experiences when you're an adult.
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