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Why do some people who experience childhood trauma seem unaffected by it?

By Kathryn Daley, Senior Lecturer, Social Equity Research Centre - RMIT University, RMIT University
Childhood trauma can completely alter the trajectory of someone’s life, but for others, it barely affects them at all. After going through trauma, why do some people seem fine?The Conversation

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