Childhood Adversity, Telomeres & Love: An Interview with Susana DeLeon, MD

Today I share my abridged interview with psychiatrist Susana De Leon, MD. We are mutual fans on Twitter, and this is our conversation is about the way early trauma changes our DNA by damaging telomeres, with potentially serious consequences for our health and longevity. We talk about how she helps people build lives full of love and connection, which can measurably change the health of their cells (and the length of their telomeres) for the better.

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Telomere Loss Health Concept

By |2018-09-27T12:21:20+00:00January 27th, 2018|1 Comment

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I'm the author of the Crappy Childhood Fairy blog, which offers advice based on my own experience and reading. I live with my husband and kids, and run a small business in the San Francisco Bay Area.

One Comment

  1. Karen Snelson March 14, 2018 at 11:34 pm - Reply

    Well… ain’t this just what the Doctor ordered. So the R X is to love, be grateful, change the way we see ourselves… I liked your questions…..so How? With help.
    I so benefited from your post on how to be a good friend. You are an important part help i need. Keep it up Anna,

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