How Childhood Abuse Can Affect the Brain as a Adult A child that has been abused is far more likely to suffer from depression as one that did not. This may sound like just common sense. There is research to show chemical and physical changes in the brain as a result. Due to research, mental health professionals are recommending testing and treatment of abused children early as possible. In almost every case of severe adult depression either physical, sexual, emotional abuse or a combination of any and all were experienced as a child. Statistically speaking women are ten times more likely
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