Research presented at the American Pain Society's Scientific Summit found a child's emotions and parental feelings of self-blame for a child's pain are the biggest predictors of pain outcomes and long-term function. Better outcomes were linked to lower levels of parental self-blame and healthier emotions in the child.
Study: Child's emotions, parental self-blame predict chronic pain outcomes
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