Silent to the Bone

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Assessment of the specific risk factors that affect a family may influence the prioritization of intervention services for that family (e.g., substance abuse treatment). The impact of abuse is likely to be modified by the developmental stage at which it occurs. Lower socioeconomic groups are primarily affected. d. Out of self-defence, he had devolved: non-feeling and non-sensing, hard. The percentage of youth who were involved in these activities and had not used alcohol or other drugs was substantially lower.

Pages: 261

Publisher: Aladdin; Reprint edition (April 1, 2002)

ISBN: 0689836023

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