Children from dysfunctional families are more likely to suffer from mental disorders.
Academics said that children growing up in dysfunctional families are more likely to suffer from mental disorders.
According to the authors of the project, children from “bad” families are most at risk of developing mental disorders in adulthood.
Also in the course of the study, it turned out that children who are brought up by drinking or beating parents, in the future were exposed to a high probability of occurrence of disorders in the activity of the nervous system and the psyche as a whole.
Note that the experiment involved teenagers born in 1990. All project subjects lived in the UK.
As a side effect of “adult childhood” was observed: they could not get a job, a lot of psychological problems, problems in socialization, depression, constant stress.