- Apr 21, 2015
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Oh believe me, I know from personal experience. I thought a discussion was being brought up about her current home lifeOf course. I hope it is. That doesn't erase years of abuse and disruption in attachment to your primary caregiver (mother) as a result. The physical changes in the brain keep the brain on alarm mode even when physical safety is met (hopefully current home). Emotional and psychological safety can take a lot longer to obtain. Jm(professional)o.
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