There will not be as big a hall as a child in a harmonious family. Unfortunately, not everybody is wearing that blessing. Some children grow up in homes without a father. A single-parent family environment has been shown to have a negative psychological impact on the process of child growth and identity formation.
UNICEF and CICOLOGY TODAY reported that children in the United States, Canada and the UK are at the lowest social and emotional level of living, according to a report on living standards of children in developed countries. Scholars try to impose this social and emotional scarcity on poverty, racial or social problems, but one of the important factors that policy makers easily overlook is the immense influence of the father's absence on the child's life.
According to Odyssey, 43% of all children have grown up in single family homes. There were many reasons why parents divorced, when the mother decided to raise the child alone, when the father worked abroad, and when the father died.
Neurobiological effects of the family home environment
According to research conducted by Dr. Gabriella Gobbi, a researcher at McGill University in Canada and published by the Daily Mail Online, the absence of a father's home environment can have a neurobiological impact on growing children.
A child who was born in a single-parent household was more likely to perform a derailment, especially in girls who used drugs. Overall, the absence of the father had a greater impact on the daughter than on the son.
The findings emphasize the importance of the presence of the father in times of neurodevelopment in the child's growth process.
Scientists warn that when children continue to grow up in a fatherless environment, brain structures change permanently and are more likely to be more aggressive and impatient.
Psychotherapy Doctor Zed Diamond introduces the "The Good Man Project" on his blog, explaining how horribly the absence of a father affects his or her life and how a painful experience causes problems at every stage of their child's life. Especially children who experienced father's absence during the growth process were more likely to violence their children even though they were parents themselves.
Influence of home environment without father
1 Teen Pregnancy: Children born in single-parent families are more likely to experience sexual problems. Sexual experience and chances of getting pregnant before 16 years of age were higher. Statistics show that girls born to single-parent families are at higher risk of becoming pregnant at an early age. According to a report by the US Department of Health and Human Services, 71 percent of teens have grown up in a fatherless environment. "The girl who has experienced the absence of the father is more thirsty for the attention of the male," said Colossi Today. I feel that I am refused the situation that my father is not receiving the emotional protection, and it becomes a condition that sexual exploitation is easily done to an adult male.
2 MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS: Children who lack the father often have mental illness such as anxiety or depression. It makes it difficult to have relationships with others, and emotional self-isolation. It is because he has not formed a relationship with his father, but he feels that a child who has experienced a rejection in his childhood is not worthy of being loved by himself.
3 More aggressive behavior: According to some psychological studies, children who have grown up without a father tend to be aggressive and impatient. Intrinsic anger is rooted in the wounds and pain of rejection experienced by parents in childhood. Some children use language violence, others use physical violence to express anger. Some children cause trouble and feel desperate for their situation.
Still, in movies and TVs, families with all of their fathers and mothers are the most ideal family type, giving the stereotype that they are the only family that can give them success and emotional stability. Children who grow up in single-parent households are often labeled as "problem kids" at school, and their academic performance is often poor. Growing up often leads to loneliness, jealousy, and hurt, but despite the difficulties, many single-parent families are working hard to overcome prejudice. On the one hand, he struggles to overcome the injuries caused by his father 's absence, and on the other hand he is doing his daily life sincerely.