Belongingness

“Depressed Daddy-less Daughters”
Parents Behind Bars: What Happens to Their Children?
How Religion Helps Veterans
Health and Well-Being by Religious Affiliation
Religious Attendance and Mortality among Women
Parent-Child Bond, Socioeconomic Status, and Health
Child Well-Being and Parents’ Marriage
Religion and Health
Religious Practice Strengthens Social Bonds
Parental Modeling Affects Children’s Future Relationships
Health and Spirituality
INCREASING INTERGENERATIONAL SOLIDARITY FOR THE ELDERLY
DECREASING INTERGENERATIONAL SOLIDARITY FOR THE YOUNG (18-34)
DECREASING INTERGENERATIONAL SOLIDARITY FOR THE YOUNG (18-34)
Family Mealtime has Positive Effects on Youth’s Psychosocial Outcomes
Family Mealtime Sown at a Young Age Results in Thriving
Family Meals Boost Emotional Well-Being Among New Zealand Youth
Family Meals Decrease Risk of Mental Disorders Among Iranian Youth
Family Meals Yield Positive Psychosocial Outcomes Among Adolescents
Father Engagement Reduces Stress in their Adolescent Child
Father Engagement Reduces Depressive Affect and Promotes Cognitive Development
Paternal Involvement Increases Children’s Quality of Life
Family Connectedness Protects Elderly Patients from Committing Suicide
Attachment and Marital Satisfaction
Family dinners have major adolescent mental health implications, but certain family structures and employment arrangements make them much more or much less likely.
Family Dinners Mediate the Relationship between Cyberbullying and Adolescent Mental Health
Family Meals Are Good for Adolescents
Family Breakfasts and Adolescent Well-Being
Family Dinners, Mental Health Benefits and Protection from Cyberbullying
Family Structure Influences Suicidal Ideation and Attempts
Family Structure Influences Adolescent Health and Health Behaviors
Family Cohesion and Conflict: Impact on Children’s Health and Well-Being
Religious Upbringing Promotes Well-Being in Adulthood
Religious Upbringing Promotes Well-Being in Adulthood
Religious Attendance Decreases Depression Among Women
Religious Practice Increases Longevity
Religious Beliefs Provide Purpose for Socially Disconnected Persons
Religiosity & Spirituality Correlate with Positive Psychosocial Functioning
Religious Attendance, Family Structure & Adolescent Psychological Well-Being: Continuity in the Two Great Loves:
A Father’s Involvement and Secure Attachment Between Fathers and Infants Varied by Timing and Type of Involvement
A Secure Father-Infant Attachment Predicts Greater Paternal Sensitivity Over Time
The American Academy of Pediatrics Acknowledges the Importance of Fatherhood Involvement in Child Health and Development
A Father’s Touch Positively Impacts His Infant and Himself
Fathers’ Healthy Attachment with their Infants Have Higher Quality Relationships and Interactions with Them
Father-Infant Interaction Influences Fathers’ Hormonal Responses
Religion Is Good For Your Mental Health
Meaning In Life and Positive Religious Coping Strategies Linked to Less Loneliness
Women Who Frequently Go To Church Have Lower Mortality Rates
Women Who Go to Church Are Less Likely to Die from Despair
People Who Go To Church Are Healthier and Happier
Sense of Belonging Impacts Health, Including Mental Health Across the Lifespan
COVID-19 Increased People’s Sense of Belonging in Their Community
People With a Sense of Belonging are More Likely to Have Positive Mental Health Outcomes
Prayer Improves Relationship Communication and Quality, As Well As Cardiovascular Health
Prayer Promotes Forgiveness and Enhances Relationship Quality
Prayer Strengthens Commitment through Relationship Satisfaction
Attachment Style Influences Relationship Satisfaction and Parent-Infant Bonding
Married Persons are Less Lonely than Cohabitors and Single Persons
Religion and Family are Pathways to Human Flourishing
Religious Participation Exerts Powerful Effects on Human Flourishing
Parental Warmth Leads to Their Children Flourishing
Parent-Child Bond, Socioeconomic Status, and Health
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