As social scientists track successive generations of American children whose parents have ended their marriages, the data are leading even some of the once-staunchest supporters of divorce to conclude that divorce is hurting American society and devastating the lives of children.Its effects are obvious in family life, educational attainment, job stability, income potential, physical and emotional health, drug use, and crime.There are, however, a very few documented cases of adverse affects from biotin intake: Even though biotin deficiency is rare, biotin levels may be affected by some medications, particularly long-term use of antibiotics and some anticonvulsants according to Oregon State University.Additionally, unlikely as it is, if you were to consume large amounts of raw egg whites, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) warns that you might become biotin deficient. Grey has a Master of Science in counseling psychology from the University of Central Arkansas.
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Effects of domestic violence on children, result from witnessing domestic violence in a home where one of their parents are abusing the other parent, plays a tremendous role on the well-being and developmental growth of children witnessing the violence.
In 2009 in the Philippines, it was estimated that as many as 7 to 14 million children were exposed to domestic violence Children who witness domestic violence in the home often believe that they are to blame, live in a constant state of fear and are 15 times more likely to be victims of child abuse.
If the effects are indeed demonstrable, grave, and long-lasting, then something must be done to protect children and the nation from these consequences.
Reversing the effects of divorce will entail nothing less than a cultural shift in attitude, if not a cultural revolution, because society still embraces divorce in its laws and popular culture, sending out myriad messages that “It’s okay.” It is not.