Wednesday, December 25, 2013

WHEN IT IS ALL SAID AND DONE TONY AND MELISSA DOBMEIER WILL HAVE MALTREATMENT ON THEIR RECORD SO THEY CANNOT HARM ANOTHER BABY.

THEY WILL ALSO BE CHARGED WITH EXPLOITING AND SOLICITING A CHILD BASED ON THE DOCUMENTED ABUSE THAT LE SUEUR COUNTY CPS HAS APPROVED OF.THERAPY WILL HELP THE CHILDREN UNDERSTAND THAT TONY AND MELISSA DOBMEIER WERE PLACING ORDERS FOR THEIR MOM TO BE REMOVED SO THEY WILL NEVER SEE HER AGAIN. THE DOBMEIER'S MOST LIKELY EVEN HOPE SHE WOULD OFF HER SELF TO KEEP HER CHILDREN DONG GROSS THINGS TO MAKE THEM HAPPY. TONY AND MELISSA DOBMEIER HAVE BEEN DOCUMENTED AS ABUSING THE CHILDREN FOR A YEAR PLUS ESCALATING THE INITIAL MENTAL BREAKDOWNS THE CHILDREN HAD WHEN THEY WERE FIRST PLACED WITH THE MENTALLY UNSTABLE COUPLE WHO THINK YOU CAN PURCHASE CHILDREN ON THE BLACK MARKET WHO WERE NEVER ABUSED UNTIL THEY RESIDED IN THIS DANGEROUS COUPLES HOME

http://archpsyc.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=205066

Childhood Maltreatment Increases Risk for Personality Disorders During Early Adulthood FREE

Jeffrey G. Johnson, PhD; Patricia Cohen, PhD; Jocelyn Brown, MD; Elizabeth M. Smailes, MA; David P. Bernstein, PhD
Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1999;56(7):600-606. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.56.7.600.
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Background  Data from a community-based longitudinal study were used to investigate whether childhood abuse and neglect increases risk for personality disorders (PDs) during early adulthood.
Methods  Psychosocial and psychiatric interviews were administered to a representative community sample of 639 youths and their mothers from 2 counties in the state of New York in 1975, 1983, 1985 to 1986, and 1991 to 1993. Evidence of childhood physical abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect was obtained from New York State records and from offspring self-reports in 1991 to 1993 when they were young adults. Offspring PDs were assessed in 1991 to 1993.
Results  Persons with documented childhood abuse or neglect were more than 4 times as likely as those who were not abused or neglected to be diagnosed with PDs during early adulthood after age, parental education, and parental psychiatric disorders were controlled statistically. Childhood physical abuse, sexual abuse, and neglect were each associated with elevated PD symptom levels during early adulthood after other types of childhood maltreatment were controlled statistically. Of the 12 categories of DSM-IV PD symptoms, 10 were associated with childhood abuse or neglect. Different types of childhood maltreatment were associated with symptoms of specific PDs during early adulthood.
Conclusions  Persons in the community who have experienced childhood abuse or neglect are considerably more likely than those who were not abused or neglected to have PDs and elevated PD symptom levels during early adulthood. Childhood abuse and neglect may contribute to the onset of some PDs.
RESEARCH112 HAS indicated that many patients with personality disorders (PDs) report histories of childhood abuse or neglect. These findings, and studies13,14 indicating that PDs are more prevalent among persons who experienced child abuse than among matched comparison groups, have suggested that childhood abuse and neglect may play an important role in the onset of PDs.15,16 Most of this evidence, however, is based on retrospective reports by psychiatric patients.17,18 Although research1922 has supported the validity of retrospective reports of childhood maltreatment, to infer from retrospective data17,18,23,24 alone that childhood maltreatment increases risk for the onset of PDs is problematic. Until prospective research demonstrates that persons with documented childhood maltreatment are at increased risk for PDs independent of other risk factors, it cannot be established that childhood maltreatment plays a role in the onset of PDs.18