Relationships

4 Mar

A Harvard University study of adult development, spanning almost 80 years, showed that, no matter their socioeconomic status, men raised in warmer families used more adaptive methods to handle their negative emotions in midlife and had stronger attachments to their partners in later life. Here is more data to support the conclusion that early family relationships have life-long effects. (Caruso, C. Good relationships are all in the family. Scientific American Mind, 2017, 28(2), 10-11) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

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