Research grows on ways to lessen effects of depressed parents

03/16/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

More studies are showing depressed parents may increase their child's risk of mental health, cognitive and relationship problems, as well as long-term problems with poor health and drug and alcohol dependency. However, new research also shows that changing destructive parenting practices and teaching children good coping strategies can make a positive difference.

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