Posted on 07-09-2013
THE FIRST 3 YEARS AND AGGRESSION!
According to the Journal Psychology and Psychiatry in March 2013, children who witnessed domestic violence before age three were more likely to show aggression when they reached grade school, even if they were removed from their home and witnessed no domestic violence in the interim. According to Dr. Megan Holmes, the study's lead author, "[This] gives social workers a window of opportunity between ages 3 and 5 to help the children socialize and learn what is appropriate behavior."
We are blessed in the North State here to have a great resource for child developmental issues that is affordable. There name is Family Dynamics. If you or someone you know is frankly outside of your pay grade for helping your kids...they can help! Look em up on the web and tell them I sent you!
Have a blessed day!
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