You know how I keep talking about how the professional class is propping up the divorce culture? Well, that’s not all they are doing.
…despite twenty years of research linking childhood stress to adult disease, the majority of the medical community acts as if these findings don’t exist… only a few medical schools teach students about how childhood suffering influences adult disease. The majority of medical schools leave this science out.
Twenty years of research all showing a link between childhood stress and adult disease. TWENTY YEARS. So what is childhood trauma?
These include obvious sexual and physical abuse, but also stressors that many consider to be normal — growing up with divorced parents, living with a depressed or alcoholic mom or dad, having a parent who belittled or humiliated you – or simply not feeling as if your family had your back. People who’d experienced four such categories of childhood adversity were twice as likely to be diagnosed with cancer and depression as adults.
I have never once had a medical doctor ask me about childhood stressors. Have you? Why is the medical community ignoring data that clearly shows a link between childhood trauma and disease later in life?
“To whom much is given, much is required.” Doctors claim to know better, so we deserve an answer to that question.