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Factors that affect the mental development of a military child includes but not limited to military divorces, long separations, due to extended training events or combat deployments, long work hours and parenting style. Having a child that shows signs of a serious intellectual, emotional, or physical disability can be very problematic for a military family. Children with disabilities that cause their behavior to affect their reaction to life can place a significant strain on the family dynamic. Everyone in the household will be affected by the disability and will have to receive counseling to better understand how to live a productive life. The problem not only affects the family’s life but it also affects the child’s ability to learn and be productive at school.
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Child abuse has been found to have bad effects on the lives of the abused victims. Psychology shows that children who are physically abused tend to develop some aggressive behaviors towards themselves and their surroundings, and children who suffer from emotional abuse tend to build unhealthy relationship in their adulthood. Many children grow up with no proper care from parents and this can make them dangerous to themselves and the society. The purpose of this essay is to explain the problems the abused victims are faced with and how child maltreatment can be prevented. Research performed by some authors has also shown that children who are abused have the tendency of becoming abusive parents themselves.
With the start of a new and improved war tactic, the Civil war brought about a new wave of PTSD symptoms and victims. This disorder was now being recognized in soldier but was being seen as a weakness. In screenings for soldiers, doctors were asked to test their likeliness to have these mental breakdowns. As time went on, war became more prevalent and World War I brought a new term into play, “Shell Shock.” This term was used because at the time they believed that the shells had such a strong and powerful effect that caused a concussion that ... ... middle of paper ... ...September 28). Ptsd how does trauma affect relationships>.
(2011, November 4). Narcissistic personality disorder. Retrieved May 7, 2014, from Mayo Clinic website: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/narcissistic-personality-disorder/basics/definition/con-20025568 Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). (2014, April 15). Retrieved May 6, 2014, from Mayo Clinic website: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/post-traumatic-stress-disorder/basics/prevention/con-20022540 Stress.