From Dr.Klimek–the childhood abuse that is passed along from generation to generation

This interesting story may be found at this link:

http://www.pressreader.com/usa/usa-today-us-edition/20170331/281668254816985

The article documents how trauma can be passed from one generation to the next and how this renders a new generation of individuals who are unemployed and unemployable.  Family incest, violence, neglect, emotional detachment can seriously impair a new generation of children who simply struggle to live from day to day and who often are mired in alcoholism and addictions due to the family trauma experienced while young.

This article explores ways in which the trauma can be reduced or eliminated and the passing of trauma from one generation to another can be reversed.

I would like to thank Dr. Klimek for suggesting the article.  Foster families are not always invested for psychopathy and psychopathy like conditions when children are placed there.  Further, there is a problem with the court system that terminates parental rights often on lies, deception and inaccurate information.

We still have a long way to go in protecting children from generation to generation and this should be made a top priority.

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