Depression is Internalized Automatically When We Are Young by Watching and Mimicking Our Parent’s Bodies

Everything little kids learn is through modeling the people around them unconsciously. We learn our posture and attitudes and moods from interpreting every nuance of our parents gestures and tones. They often say one thing while demonstrating something that is the opposite of what they want us to learn and we in turn spread misery …

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