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PSY 410 Week 4 - DQ 2_How can socioeconomic status and wealth influence the development of a mentally healthy child


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Date Created: 11/10/15
3 How can socioeconomic status and wealth in uence the development of a mentally healthy child Socioeconomic status does have quite the in uence on a child39s mental health status For instance children who endure some of the hardships that often comes with lower socioeconomic status have endured situations that can cause great anxiety or encourage the development of another mental health disorder Some of these situations include homelessness going long periods without adequate food and even social stigma and teasing that comes with the situation the child is forced to live in Sometimes these mental health disorders develop when the individual is still a child other times the disorder does not manifest itself until the individual becomes an adult I personally believe that this is sometimes because the individual has to remain emotionally strong in order to live through the ordeal as a child but once the individual has grown and earned some control over his or her life the mental health disorder is able to manifest itself This is not always so though many children develop mental health issues and many are because of the socioeconomic status that they reside in Even though socioeconomic status has a great effect on a child39s mental health it is not the only in uencer There are also many children who develop mental health issues and live in higher socioeconomic standing


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