Early Trauma and Adult Chronic Illness — VoiceAmerica Talk Radio

Childhood DisruptedWhy do childhood traumas — like being frequently put down, losing a parent, living with a mom or dad who is depressed, or alcoholic, emotional neglect, and other early adversities — leave permanent physical โ€œfingerprintsโ€ on our brains? In this VoiceAmerica Talk Radio interview, I share my thoughts with host Katherine Vox about the link between adverse childhood experiences and chronic adult illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, and autoimmune disease — and why this is especially true for women.


5 thoughts on “Early Trauma and Adult Chronic Illness — VoiceAmerica Talk Radio

  1. Sadly I was disappointed in the book, as it did nothing to help me, perhaps mine are too many scares, I truly hope others find solace in it xxx

  2. I’m reading your book The Last best Cure & really enjoying it , I’m 67 with a host of problems . I know this knowledge will help me and my family , my 14 year old grandson just diagnosed with Dysautonoma . What does PIN stand for ?

  3. I was very sick as a child, and it has carried over into adulthood. There were many traumatic times. Now I understand! Looking forward to reading this book.

  4. What a great & enlightening interview! With all the things I went through as a child, it’s no wonder that I have the things going on health-wise now. Thanks for sharing this great info! ๐Ÿ™‚

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