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Map of Roman Britain ca. 150 AD, showing the main Roman roads, cities
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Travel Parenting in Challenging Times Seeking a spiritual or broader connection to provide meaning in life; many people find help in a religious or spiritual understanding of the event; others seek meaning by becoming involved in groups to prevent the kind of tragedy that happened to them; still others find meaning and vitality to their lives by providing services to others, bringing pets or plants or services to people in nursing homes. Valuing what they do have rather than focusing on what they have lost. David Finkelhor and his coworkers have focused on a broad range of stresses in childhood including: Disasters: increased risk of death, bereavement, physical harm, loss of basic human necessities like food and water caused by human or natural means fi res, hurricanes, tornados Victimization: physicalpsychological harm to individuals caused by other individuals who are violating society’s norms assaults, physicalsexual abuses, neglect, bullying, robberies Adversity: other daily events that are associated with psychological suffering but are not caused by individuals but rather by life circumstances ill parent, parent incarcerated A telephone survey regarding stressful experiences of, children from ages two to seventeen was carried out in A representative national sample of parents was interviewed about the experiences of their children ages two to nine, and children ten to seventeen were interviewed regarding how many experiences of the above kind occurred in the course of a lifetime and how many in the past year. Finkelhor and his colleagues believe that experiences of victimization prior to or at the time of disasters can intensify the emotional reactions to disaster. The survey, believed to be the first of its kind, revealed that percent of children ages two to seventeen had been exposed to one disaster in their lifetime, and percent had experienced a disaster in the past year.