Inside our half-century of international research.

.. A father’s love contributes more to a child’s development A father’s love contributes as very much – and sometimes more – to a child’s development as will a mother’s love. That’s one of many findings in a new large-scale analysis of analysis about the power of parental rejection and acceptance in shaping our personalities as children and into adulthood. Inside our half-century of international research, we’ve not found any other course of experience which has as solid and consistent effect on personality and personality advancement as does the experience of rejection, especially by parents in childhood, says Ronald Rohner of the University of Connecticut, co-authored the new study in Personality and Sociable Psychology Review.In the two-and-a-fifty % years between follow-up and baseline, use of medicine rose from 21 % to 29 %, and use of counseling fell from 23 % to 19 %. Only 12 % with persistent illness were getting both medicine and counseling . 51 % had suicidal thoughts at follow-up. Males and the ones with less education received much less treatment. Persistent depressive and stress disorders are remarkably common in the U.S. Population and are associated with substantial morbidity. There are significant problems with the quality of treatment received by this human population, and these problems persist over time, the experts concluded.