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ACEs Too High

ACE icon Ever wonder why you, your relatives or friends can’t stop smoking, over-eating, drinking, doing meth or other drugs? Why you’re a workaholic, a rage-aholic or shopaholic? Why you’ve shed marriages like a snake sheds skins? Or why you have trouble keeping a job or making friends?

Maybe it has something to do with your — or their — ACE score.

Many people who learn about the CDC’s Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACE Study) and take a 10-question survey based on its findings say two things: “Now my life makes sense,” and “Why didn’t someone tell me about this years ago?”

The ACE Study uncovered a stunning link between childhood trauma and the adult onset of chronic disease, social and emotional problems.

The study’s researchers – Drs. Robert Anda and Vincent Felitti — measured 10 types of childhood

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About Lietta

Hey, hi there. So much I like to do, so little time to do it all. Happy to have health and time left to do it in this third phase of my life. Ahhh, my profile photo - well that's an old photo, I think about 2006, and even though I don't look like that any more, I like the photo.

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