October 5, DOI: Associations between unintendedness and women's behaviors and experiences before, during and after the pregnancy were assessed through unadjusted relative risks. RESULTS The distribution of intended, mistimed and unwanted pregnancies differed on nearly every variable examined; risky behaviors and adverse experiences were more common among women with mistimed than intended pregnancies and were most common among those whose pregnancies were unwanted. The likelihood of having an unwanted rather than mistimed pregnancy was elevated for women 35 or older relative risk, 2.
Additional Information In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: There are numerous postings by children with incarcerated fathers or mothers, parents with incarcerated children, husbands with incarcerated wives, women who share children with incarcerated men, and incarcerated parents themselves.
Thousands and thousands of postings speak to the experience of the offender, as well as how incarceration affects those family members closest to the offender.
To understand the implications of parental incarceration, one only has to read the stories of those who are most affected.
Men, women, grandparentsand children all post on the various forums dedicated to supporting the families of those with an incarcerated loved one. Shari is a young mother who solicits advice from the virtual support network regarding the stress associated with bringing her young son to visit his father in prison.
Her 3-year-old son, Shane, born after his father went to prison, gets bored within 15 minutes of arriving. Shari signs her post: Although Kim and her father have been through tough times, she remains very close to him.
She remembers hearing these terms herself as a child and imagining the worst: She remembers watching TV in the living room on the evening when the police came to her house, knocked the front door down, and took her father away.
Others, like Ron, seek advice from the online group on how to deal with their intimate relationships: He is working two jobs to try and make up for the loss of income that Rene used to earn as a nurse.
He pays child support for a third child from a previous union who does not reside with him. During the day, Ron works construction and then later, he does the night shift at a security firm.
His mother, confined to a wheelchair, does her best to help with child If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click 'Authenticate'.
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