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EPISODE 1 – FAMILY, FRIENDS & LOVERS

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Episode 1 - Family, Friends & Lovers

What activities in our brain lay the foundation for our everyday interactions? Can they help us to understand why some relationships flourish and others fail?

The first episode, Family, Friends & Lovers, looks at the importance of relationships and why they are central to our emotional well-being.

We meet a young boy adopted from a Russian orphanage, whose story illustrates how a lack of attachment in infancy fundamentally shapes his ability to build relationships for years to come. We meet the young parents of newborn twins, a couple in therapy for a troubled marriage, a teenager who was bullied with tragic consequences, two women grappling with the stress of workplace conflicts and other characters. Through their stories we achieve a better understanding of the importance of social connections and relationships.

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