Do you struggle with making decisions?

There is a biological alteration in a person's brain when they have had an early traumatic experience. Fetal distress and elevated levels of the hormone, cortisol can impact the child's developing brain. This can possibly alter brain size, shape, structure and organization. Problems can be developed in the higher areas of the brain that are responsible for higher order and thinking, such as impulse control, problem solving and rational decision making. Even what would seem like minor incidents to others will push the child beyond their capacity to cope. Unaddressed, the child will take this into adulthood. The good news is that we can build new neural pathways.

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Our confusion can come from our early childhood experiences or ancestral traumas that haven't been resolved.

This video might give you another perspective

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