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Mothers Living with Children of Violence

Updated on January 20, 2015

Living with a violent child in the household can be devastating family members, because of the rage and anger of a child.

Thousands of home across this American are dealing with children who are dealing with mental health depression because of problems in the household. When children are raised in a violence home and sees mom being abuse by dad.

are one parent households because fathers or spouses have left the home.Fathers are and important source in the family unite,the bonding between a father and his children is bonding.Fathers teaches their children how to respect love and to take care of mom. When there are violence in the home between mom and dad it can effect the children.

Violence acts can occur with torn clothing, black eyes,swollen lips and the destruction the home.. After Dad leaves aggression is taken out on mom, she is the reason he left. Some boys will act out because they don't have support from their fathers. A study was done found children with good relationships with there fathers were less likely to experience depression , a disruptive behavior,is or involve themselves with violence.


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      Maxine Daniels Foster 3 years ago from Boston MA

      One of the hardest jobs in the world is being a mother especially, one who are the breadwinner and the head of the household. Mothers are only human and deserve so much more........Jada67