Do you know how to release trauma stored in your body (even if it was there before you were born)?
We all know that we inherit our parents’ noses, eye color, and flat feet through our genes. And psychologists have long acknowledged that even some of our personality characteristics are inherited as well. For example, a 2012 study of 800 sets of twins reported that genes play a greater role than home environment and surroundings in shaping key character traits such as self-control, decision making or sociability.
But what does that have to do with emotional baggage?
Read my new Psychology Today blog to find out.