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    Early childhood memories are the source from which children start to form their beliefs about the world. If for example a little child believed that his parents are giving more attention to his little sister then he might develop the belief that his parents don't love him the way they love his little sister.But how can this past event affect the life of that kid later on? Simply that kid might always believe that someone else will be preferred over him wherever he goes!When that kid grows up and gets married he might start to believe that his wife is cheating on him whenever she smiles to other men. In such a case the old belief that was developed at the past impacted the way the man sees life!This was just a simple example demonstrating how a single past event can affect the person's present life greatly.
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    You might want to change up the words though
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    its perfect, thanks!
 
 
 
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