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Adults who have seen their parents' aggressive behavior more likely to suffer from mental illness are more likely to develop, according to a study published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.The pбrizsi INSERM kutatуi Christelle Roustit vezetйsйvel kйrdeztek 3023 felnхttet the current mentбlis problйmбikrуl (pйldбul the depressziуrуl) and childhood йlmйnyeikrхl.Felmйrtйk erхszakkal against children йs their experiences with the belьli pбrkapcsolaton agresszivitбssal and цngyilkossбgi kнsйrletek elхfordulбsбt йs the alkoholfьggхsйget.
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Depressziуplay 16 percent of those surveyed said they saw their parents behave violently. Violence among parents was more frequent in cases of alcoholic or unemployed parents, in families with financial or housing problems, and in cases of serious illness of parents.
It turned out that children who were abusive in their parents were 1.4 times more likely to develop depression, with three times more frequent violence in their relationship, with almost a five times greater risk of alcohol, and more than 75 times more likely to have alcohol.
Don't let the parents quarrel!