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Study suggests your adulthood self-esteem has its roots in the way you were raised as a child

Ulrich Orth at the University of Bern has reported evidence that, on average, the higher the quality of a person’s home environment when they were aged between 0 and 6 years – based on warm and responsive parenting; cognitive stimulation; and a safe, organised physical environment – the higher their self-esteem many years later in adulthood.

Source: Study suggests your adulthood self-esteem has its roots in the way you were raised as a child – Research Digest

 

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