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We are essentially powerless to prevent all dysfunctions – but, the mental health and social support structures within communities have the responsibility to do as much as they possibly can to promote healthy family life for all. This support often involves early identification of dysfunctional families, counseling, disruption of negative patterns. The schools, churches, hospitals […]

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Researchers used two groups of families based in the level of socially accepted parenting methods. An independent control group of families with traditionally accepted married parents, and the dependent group of non-traditional families: single mother homes: commune environments, and non-legally married couples. It was this comparison which researchers hoped to help prove their hypothesis. The […]

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In conclusion, perhaps we should heed the words of Charles Darwin himself who before his historic voyage aboard the H.M.S. Beagle between 1831 and 1836 was a devout Christian and creationist — “There is a grandeur in this view of life. Whilst this planet has gone cycling on according to the fixed law of gravity, […]

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According to Paddock, “The American Psychological Association (APA suggests that the proliferation of sexual images of girls and young women in the media is harming their self-image and development.” The APA found that these images often arrest healthy development in a variety of areas, including self-esteem, which can cause a woman to display anxiety and […]

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