For Grammy-nominated singer & songwriter and mental health advocate, Camila Cabello, “Learning about the way that adverse childhood experiences affect your body and your brain gave me a lot of relief. I no longer felt like there’s something wrong with me. It took away my sense of inadequacy and replaced it with grace. Now I’m like, ‘how can I help myself?'”
Tune in for a fascinating conversation between California Surgeon General, Dr. Nadine Burke Harris and Camila as they discuss the importance of understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences and discovering a path toward healing.
Over the past 25 years, the fields of science and medicine have come a long way in connecting the dots between our childhood experiences and our health and well-being as adults. Here are 3 ways ACEs can affect us as adults.