10 thoughts on “Ears

  1. drkottaway says:

    One of the lecturers talked about ACE scores. He is a gastroenterologist but also an expert at sorting out folks who have “psychophysiological” disorders. That have essentially displaced the childhood stuff into their bodies and then get triggered as adults to have symptoms. So I will write about that.

  2. mariaholm says:

    What a treasure to run into your blog, just reading on the #blogging201 course !

    • drkottaway says:

      awww…. now my ears are all blushy and hot. Thank you.

      • mariaholm says:

        I would have commented under your post about “Adverse Childhood”. In Denmark we have a very clever Neurologist Susan Hart. She says what you say here. The big work is to train the emotional damaged children back to a more secure position. Very interesting to see if more children will be helped in the future, because of more knowledge in this area. In Sweden a psychologist Margeretha Broden has trained emotional damaged pregnant women in understanding and even loving their children.

      • drkottaway says:

        Jeg glader mig at ho/re fra en dansker… jeg haaber at beso/ger Danmark i naeste aar….

      • mariaholm says:

        Wow hvor er du god til dansk. Sig til hvor, så vil jeg prøve at komme, hvis du skal holde foredrag !

      • drkottaway says:

        Det skal jeg. Jeg har glemt meget Dansk, men jeg haaber jeg husker det….

      • drkottaway says:

        I think the topic is so important. I will look for information by your neurologist. If we supported families with small children who are in any kind of difficult circumstances, we would have more and more healthy and functional adults. Maybe we could get microsoft interested…., heh.

      • mariaholm says:

        I sent you an e-mail on this Danish author

      • drkottaway says:

        Thank you so much! We have now had three lectures that have mentioned adverse childhood experiences, including the last one today which was about addiction.

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