Some stressful factors as isolated in the environment which may be associated with mental disorder are: childhood (pre-adult) factors: parents' poor physical (mental) health, childhood economic deprivation, childhood poor physical health, childhood broken homes, parents' character negatively perceived, parents' quarrels, disagreements with parents. Adult factors: adult poor physical health, work worries, socioeconomic status worries, poor interpersonal affiliations. Contingent adult factors: marital and parental worries. For various reasons parents' poor physical health, disagreements with parents, marital worries, and parental worries are not utilized in a final stress score. The number rather than the pattern of the negative factors predicts the mental health risks
Apr 28th, 2015
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