Ontregelde emoties: vervreemding

  • Nelleke J. Nicolai
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Samenvatting

Hoe je moet omgaan met emoties leer je al vroeg, in de eerste relaties met anderen, zoals in de vorige hoofdstukken beschreven. En dan vooral in de relatie met ouders en verzorgers. Het is niet alleen nature, het is ook niet alleen nurture. Het is een interactie, een subtiele samenwerking tussen genen en omgeving. We betreden daarmee het terrein van de epigenetica.

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