Consequences can be long term and short term. A long term consequence can affect you in many ways. Such as when you are trying to get a job in the future, what college you go too and more. Short term consequences can affect your grades sports you are involved in and more. Long term consequences can come from run ins with the law, suspension and others. These can affect how your life turns out. They can affect how you make life decisions and what you jobs you apply for. Short term consequences
Long-term complications There are many long-term consequences of PCOS. If PCOS is not properly treated there is a bigger chance of having long-term consequences. One of these consequences is type II diabetes. Women with PCOS frequently have hyperinsulinism and insulin resistance. Women who have irregular ovulation tend to have more insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is a precursor to diabetes, so PCOS patients are more at risk of developing diabetes. It is also shown that women with PCOS are
Long-Term Environmental Consequences: Behavior # 1 Human everyday actions and decisions are negatively impacting the environment in a long-term run, causing pollution, by destroying our motherland, destroying our oceans, and killing wildlife due to the plastic trash. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, which is a floating landfill of garbage in the Pacific twice the size of Texas, is mostly composed of plastic (“US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration”, 2010).
privilege of being familiar to separate parents. Me including several others do not know why our parents separated, they just did. Most of the time children have no say in what goes on in there house, they suffer the most consequences out of everybody involved. Children have more long term effects from a divorce than if one of their parents died during their youth. That says a lot about how your child is viewing life if someone dying is more harmful to a child than if their parents just separated
Parenting at any age can be challenging but particularly difficult for adolescent parents. Aside from being difficult for adolescent parents there are a lot of negatives effects with bearing a child at a young age. The long-term consequences of adolescent childbearing for parents and their children compared to a standard age of childbearing are extensive. The negatives outcomes to adolescent childbearing are often poor for the parent and the child. Adolescent females often have diets low in calcium
at an early age and can be built to something more chronic in his/her life (Hildyard, 2002). Initial neglect can result in short-term consequences such as anxious or disorganized style of attachment; recognizing and distinguishing emotion in others; and intelligence and problem-solving skills (Rhoades, 2017). However, the consequences can persist and develop long-term. This paper will investigate
secondary resources used in this paper were experimental, descriptive, and finally co-relational. Descriptive research This report entitled “ Long-Term Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect” written by Child welfare in July 2013 was published on the child welfare website, it conducted comprehensive research on long-term consequences of Child Abuse
bones, trauma, paralysis, and sometimes even fatal injuries). Obviously, maltreatment of children has serious consequences. I believe all parents who use physical violence against their children must be punished in law. Physical violence leads the children to a poor mental and emotional health. Poor mental health leads the brain to fail from growing properly. It has a long-term consequence for cognitive, language, and academic abilities.
intelligible explanation has been given. Biology and developmental vulnerability are the few partially reason given. Biology studies shows that, until in their 20s and adolescents Brain is not equate enough to measure and assess assess race and long-term consequences.one reason is that teen are very vulnerable,which makes them an ideal target for cigarrette companies. luckly the federal government has set strict rules that limit tobacco companies who sets
increased in numbers of childhood abuse exposures has long-term relationship with adult morbidity and mortality rate. Childhood abuse seems to be “woven into a person’s soul, perhaps for one’s entire life time (DeFrain et al, 2003). And the frequency of childhood abuse and/or neglect is associated with different health risks behaviors, attitudes towards health, diseases and adult death. These traumas have immediate and long-term consequences on survivors’ physical and emotional development (Garcia