The Resilient Brain: From Trauma to Thriving
From Trauma to Thriving
Resilience - thriving in the face of adversity - was once thought to be a trait of a few invulnerable individuals. However, recent research shows that resilience is a universal, life-long capacity of our adaptive human brains. Further, genes are not destiny since neuroplasticity builds new neural pathways to cope with challenges and heal trauma.
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