Vol - 25, Issue - 1
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-29-12-2019-105
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Abstract : The article reported the effects of the psychologically traumatized self-esteem of children living in incomplete families. Assessing by 336 parents who had divorced or lived in single families, the Self-Esteem Scale of Toulouse was used to measure the self-esteem of children with psychological trauma in incomplete families and find the correlation between the five selves in the self-esteem. The results showed that there is difference in the self-esteem of “Physical Self”, “Academic – Future Self”, “Emotional Self”, “Family Self”, and “Social Self” between three groups of children with “no psychological trauma”, “children at the boundary state” and “children with psychological trauma in incomplete families.” With both positive and negative correlation among the five selves in the self-esteem of children who had psychological trauma caused living in the incomplete family, it could be provided some mental support (psychotherapies) for each traumatized self to maintain stable mental health for children in Vietnam

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