by admin, April 1, 2012
To have a quarrel is to angrily argue, disagree, and shout at some other person. In the parental home the effects of a quarrel or continual arguments can have a detrimental on children.
Often quarrels are the result of disagreeing about something quite small and stupid, which when viewed in retrospect was not worth the effort anyway. Frequent quarreling among parents is often due to either parent not fully understanding the other parent’s point of view, or the issue under consideration.
It may be that the parents enjoy quarreling, but they should remember that the effects of a quarrel will be reflected in their children in the following ways –
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by admin, January 30, 2011
The basic lack of reading and writing skills or illiteracy does not preclude the ability of a person to get through life, but illiteracy certainly does preclude that any quality of life will be achievable.
The USA provides free public education up to high school level, yet many people remain uneducated, but this does not mean that such people are stupid, dumb, or without a natural intelligence. So what are the effects of illiteracy?
Poverty and illiteracy often go together. An effect of illiteracy is that it can replicate and be passed down the generations. Illiterate adults have a far greater chance of having illiterate children than normally educated families.
Continue reading Effects of Illiteracy in the USA.535 words, reading time ~ 2:08 mins