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Mean mom malady blamed on family financial failure

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This Aug 6, 2013 Medical News Today writer H. Whiteman, reports on 'economic hardship' proving that the latest in genetic coding is revealing a mean mom malady. The idea that being engaged in 'disciplinary' action as parents such as being a part of shouting matches and hitting tyrades, has most recently been marked down as ill-parenting. The thought that mom's mess is fully a result of hormones and pms is just the basis one needs to get rid of the guilt of not earning the necessary income to support the family.

According to a genetic study, the T-allele sensitivity gene heightens a woman's response to negative environmental triggers, bringing on a perturbing 'I am woman, hear me roar,' demonstration of hurt or preoccupation for unemployment and tight financial finickiness. The ultimate tell-tale sign of activating this gene, is a tendency towards the extremes of poverty and wealth. The maximized capacity to live within your means destines a no-credit worthy family a weak chance of survival, and expressing discontent acts not as a punishment but is more the result of an undefined role in society, or a severe alienation from friends and relatives.

Accentuating positive-reinforcement has really been just as effective in giving economic welfare to the disadvantaged. But don't you feel better, now that your children aren't being traumatized?

Whiteman, H. (2013, August 6). "Economic hardship triggers 'angry mom' gene." Medical News Today. Retrieved from



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