Researchers believe that we learn our thinking styles at a young age from our parents. In this brief video, Dr. Andrew Shatté discusses the importance of thinking styles and their impact on resilience.
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In many cases, by the time we’re eight years old, we’ve learned dysfunctional patterns that will be with us for the rest of our lives (unless we learn to break the cycle).