Centeredness Research Study
We conducted two studies, approximately one year apart, to explore the impact of various childhood experiences on future adult well-being. Well-being, in our study, was defined by the absence of typical issues such as anxiety, depression, aggression and by scoring high on life satisfaction. We repeated the study, one year later, to confirm the results since sometimes initial findings don't hold up on repeated tests. Despite our concerns that the emotions surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic might impact the repeatability of our second study, the results were consistent.