Childhood experiences form moral capacities later

A new study has discovered that experiences of Childhood can shape and form the moral capacities in adulthood.



According to Research of professor Darcia Narvaez of psychology, the experiences of Childhood that match with needs guides for better result in adulthood.

The research pointed out that the study shows that when we don’t give children with what they require, they turn into adults with decreased moral and social capacities.

With contaminated stress in childhood, the good substance doesn’t get a chance to grow and you become stress reactive. It’s hard to be concerned when you are focused on yourself.

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