Distributed By Christian Hoffeldt
Posted in Neuroscience
Do you remember feeling pressure as a child to do better at school, fit in socially, or behave more appropriately? Making the right decision was not always as easy as adults and cheerful children’s books sometimes painted it. Luckily, stumbling slow motion through a decade or so of dysfunctional days (aka natural childhood development) was an expected and accepted part of growing up. Today’s expectations and demands placed on children for Disney-like perfection, however, are exponentially greater and strangely different.