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Risks Families Face Mental Health Problems. Divorce may increase the risk for mental health problems in children and adolescents. Behavior Problems. Children from divorced families may experience more externalizing problems, such as conduct Poor.
Divorce plays a huge role in the increased psychological problems children encounter, regardless of their age, gender or culture, any child with divorced parents is affected mentally. Divorce and the new adjustments that come with it can cause an adjustment disorder in children; although it is usually resolved within a few months. Depressed children suffer from multiple types of emotional and psychological problems.
Researches show that the after-effects of a divorce can be one of the key factors that cause bipolar disorder (a manic depression) in children. Poor Learning Ability – A couple’s divorce also affects the education of their children. It can be particularly traumatic for a father when his ex-wife remarries and his kids have a new stepfather a different father figure in their lives.
And there is trauma for the kids as well as their loyalties to their dad may be confused or in question with a new stepfather. These feelings of guilt are a very common effect of divorce on children, but also one which can lead to many other issues. Guilt increases pressure, can lead to depression, stress, and other health problems.
Providing context and counseling for a child to understand. Basically, divorce tends to intensify the child’s dependence, and it tends to accelerate the adolescent’s independence; it often elicits a more regressive response in the child and a more. • Health and well-being: Divorce weakens children’s health and longevity. It also increases behavioral, emotional, and psychiatric risks, including even suicide. The effect of divorce on children’s hearts, minds, and souls ranges from mild to severe, from seemingly small to observably significant, and from short-term to long-term.
The Effects of Divorce on Children Based on the Application of the Psychological Developmental Theories. Abstract This paper looks at the effects of divorce on children based on the application of various psychological developmental theories. More specifically, children within the age groups of 4 to 6 and 7 to 11 will be taken into account. A lower quality of marriage among children of divorced parents has been shown to manifest itself in more arguments with a spouse, and a higher incidence of moodiness, infidelity, jealousy, money conflicts, excessive drinking, and drug use.
The adverse psychological effects of divorce diminish a child’s interest in education. Children who experience the divorce of their parents show a drastic drop in their school grades (6). It can significantly impede a child’s ability to learn at school and college.
List of related literature:
|from Mosby’s Paramedic Textbook|
|from The Role of the Father in Child Development|
|from Encyclopedia of Special Education: A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals|
|from Encyclopedia of Adolescence|
|from Prescriptive Play Therapy: Tailoring Interventions for Specific Childhood Problems|
|from Encyclopedia of Family Health|
|from The Sociology of Childhood|
|from Your Competent Child: Toward a New Paradigm in Parenting and Education|
|from The Prepare Curriculum: Teaching Prosocial Competencies|
|from Social Development|