Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Helping Children Succeed - Reading Together - Parents and Trauma
"But one of the most important findings of this new cohort of researchers is that for most children, the environmental factors that matter most have less to do with the buildings they live in than with the relationships they experience— the way the adults in their lives interact with them, especially in times of stress."
(page 17, Kindle Edition)
"We know that when children experience toxic stress, especially when they are very young, it can disrupt their development in profound ways, compromising their immune system, their executive functions, and their mental health."
(page 19, Kindle Edition)
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