Separating a child suddenly from a parent causes brain damage.
It’s a headline every family court judge should hear.

At birth, the brain is the most underdeveloped organ in our body. It takes up until our mid-20s for our brains to fully mature. Any serious and prolonged adversity, such as a sudden, unexpected and lasting separation from a caretaker, changes the structure of the developing brain. It damages a child’s ability to process emotion and leaves scars that are profound and lifelong…

https://theconversation.com/a-sudden-and-lasting-separation-from-a-parent-can-permanently-alter-brain-development-98542?fbclid=IwAR0y5aMbRxt-ag3jj49n1oR9XjA2Lo-Al0aLMVU2QDZp3yswIWiDIVj1F9A

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