Economic Abuse Affects Maternal Menta...

Economic Abuse Affects Maternal Mental Health, Parenting

There are 1 comment on the Science Daily story from Oct 3, 2012, titled Economic Abuse Affects Maternal Mental Health, Parenting. In it, Science Daily reports that:

The Rutgers team, which studied the impact of intimate partner violence -- known as IPV -- and the effects of such violence over time on women, also determined psychological abuse experiences during the first year of the relationship had a significant effect on the level of mothers' engagement with their children in the fifth year.

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Palm Beach Gardens, FL

#1 Oct 4, 2012
Not having money for bill and food, plus stressing over the problem will lead to increased depression and instability.

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