Trauma can change the brain . . .
. . . but it doesn’t just change the survivor’s brain. In fact, it can actually change the brains of the survivor’s children – in some pretty insidious ways.
Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD explains how traumatic experiences can affect a mother’s children, even if the children themselves haven’t experienced trauma.
Take a look – it’s only 4 minutes.
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