Consequences Of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

National household survey of adverse childhood experiences and their relationship with resilience to health-harming behaviours in England

Conclusions

Stable and protective childhoods are critical factors in the development of resilience to health-harming behaviors in England. Interventions to reduce ACEs are available and sustainable, with nurturing childhoods supporting the adoption of health-benefiting behaviors and ultimately the provision of positive childhood environments for future generations.

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4 responses to “Consequences Of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

  1. steve

    It seems im not the only one who as a lot of those factors that have affected my life,not that I ever needed to be told why I am as I am,but do sincerely hope that all tese signs will noticed when seen and acted upon as in my case they were not,i was just told to be quiet and not tell lies in the time I spent in care of local authorities who were supposed to protect and keep me safe which is a joke,i seen and experienced many things while in care of Leicestershire care and nothing good came from it,im now a lot older and more settled,but ive never been able to talk or explain why I cant seem to keep relationships or ever get close to people,so I realy wish all people in care system get the help,comfort,and are believed lets get the whole system changed and for LETS PROTECT THEY YOUNG AND VULNERABLE

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  3. Fact: Single parent (mostly female). Why families cause most child abuse. Females abuse children in roughly 2;1 ratio that males do. When a male is involved abusing children it is usually a male partner or stepfather . Why do UK governments pander and carry out the wishes if Feminism to destroy families and relationships thus ensuring the continued abuse of our children.

    • Max

      It’s the poisonous ideology of Cultural Marxism. Mostly – but certainly not exclusively – pushed by successive Labour governments over the past 60 years.
      It may seem odd to the normal, healthy mind, but there are forces at work in Western countries, mostly unseen, who are actively working to destroy the family unit and replace mothers and fathers with the State in the role of parent. The consequences will prove even more calamitous than what we’ve thus far seen.