How Childhood Trauma and Abuse Affects Adult Relationships, Relationships Made Easy Podcast

How Childhood Trauma and Abuse Affects Adult Relationships, Relationships Made Easy Podcast with Dr. Abby Medcalf, Episode 190/ Everything from your sex life, to problems with your manager at work, to your capability to trust and be open with your partner can be impacted by abuse or injury from your youth. The bright side is that the difficulties you deal with today do not need to be irreversible! Today I’m breaking down what youth abuse consists of (you ‘d be astonished the number of individuals I’ve dealt with do not even understand that what occurred to them as a kid is really some kind of abuse or injury), how youth injury impacts adult relationships, and as constantly, some resources to get the assistance you require.

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