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PostSubject: 1m children 'suffer from disorders'   Sun Apr 20, 2008 11:53 pm

More than a million children have disorders ranging from depression and anxiety to anorexia, a report is expected to warn this week

The fifth in a series of six reports by the Children's Society inquiry into the state of childhood is expected to reveal pressure on youngsters to grow up too quickly is leaving increasing numbers of them with mental health problems.

The Daily Mail reported binge-drinking, drug-taking and pressure to look fashionable and attractive are contributing to the trend.

The report will urge parents to do more to steer children away from anti-social behaviour and a life of crime and unemployment.

They are expected to be encouraged to praise their children more frequently instead of criticising them.

The inquiry team is headed by Stephen Scott, professor of child health and behaviour at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London.

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PostSubject: Re: 1m children 'suffer from disorders'   Mon Apr 21, 2008 8:01 pm

It's a disturbing report isn't it.

There's a lot of pressure on adults and parents these
days of one sort or another and I guess we shouldn't
be surprised if some of it is passed on to children. Also,
the 'example' being set by many adults is not helpful
in teaching respect etc. So many very young children
children too are not even 'raised' by their parents half
the time, they are with childminders etc while their
parents go out to work.

The 'family unit' is a thing of the past.

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