Most emotional reunion of soldiers and their children… ?VIDEO

For decades, research has shown that children of military-serving parents suffer from higher levels of anxiety and emotional problems than their non-military peers. But a 2010 study revealed a less obvious point: after returning home, the spouses’ anxiety returned to normal, while the children’s anxiety remained high.

For one-third, it was “clinically significant,” that is, severe enough to warrant specialist attention. The study was led by Katherine Mogil, a clinical psychologist with the UCLA FOCUS project, which helps military families.

She says the reason for the children’s constant anxiety is not clear, but military children face frightening questions – Could something terrible have happened? — something they don’t usually face until they’re older.

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