Linguistic violence changes children’s brain structure

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Linguistic violence changes children’s brain structure

In life, we always witness many parents disciplining their children to the point of harshness.

The impact of verbal violence is no less powerful than physical violence.

It is a fact that if parents use harsh reprimands, their children will not become better or better because of that.

In fact, according to psychology, the more children are scolded, the less intelligent they become.

Similarly, when parents give their children harsh, harsh words such as harsh words, this is considered verbal violence.

Research results by Dr. Martin Teicher of Harvard Medical University show that verbal violence affects human brain areas, including the corpus callosum and the hippocampus.

These three areas are responsible for cognition, emotion management, thinking, and decision making.

To adapt to the real environment, the brain will develop into a `Surviving Mode` structure, thereby forming a cowardly and incompetent personality.

Linguistic violence changes children's brain structure

Verbal abuse affects a child’s confidence and self-esteem, negatively affecting the child’s brain.

Children who often experience verbal violence have unhappy childhoods, due to the lack of sweet, loving words from their parents and the care of their families.

Famous Austrian psychologist Alfred Adler once said: `Happy people use childhood to heal the wounds of their lives, but miserable people use the future to heal childhood wounds.`

Many studies have shown that criminals, especially juvenile criminals, experienced harsh childhood abuse from their parents, using verbal and mental violence.

Modern parents today need to increase their learning to communicate and educate their children.

When it comes to solving problems, parents need to be careful not to misunderstand the focus.

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