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New research indicates that there are a multitude of reasons why the first few years of a child’s life impact on its development. Many experts believe that the personality we will have in our adulthood is formed by the time we are two or three years old. Receiving physical contact, warmth and love from parents is therefore extremely important and children who feel isolated and unloved may often grow up having difficulties forming close bonds with other adults, and in extreme cases becoming notably anti-social. Young children are naturally inquisitive and eager to discover new things; if this element of their personality is suppressed, then they may lose interest and desire to learn.
Although traditional psychological theories contend that children thrive best in a conventional nuclear family consisting of mother, father and two or three children, new evidence suggests that the increasingly common model of second marriages and consequent addition of step-family may actually have a positive impact on children, particularly where there is a significant range of ages among siblings.
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