Mental health and child – rearing styles between candidate adult for addiction withdrawal in comparison with non-addict adults



  Abstract:   Introduction: Todays Addiction is a Personal Social and Familial problem. Addiction affect on mental health and family status. This paper try to compare child-rearing quality and mental heath status between addict and non-addict adults.   Method: The method of this research were post-facto and sectional styles. In another word in this research two groups (Addicts and non – addicts) were assessed by child – rearing styles in past and mental heath status in present time. The population were included of 25 Addict adults and 25 non addict who were selected by at-reach methods. The used tools were SCL90 for mental health status assessment and family environment questionnaire for child-rearing styles. For analyzing were used from descriptive tests and independent T test.   Results: results show that mental heath statue between nonaddict like psychotism, phobia, aggression, Anxiety, depression, Interpersonal Sensitivity are better than somatization, obsessive- Compulsive and paranoid. But between two groups child – rearing styles like control – freedom haven’t meaningful relationship. In other word, In non – addict families, parents treat warmly and affectively and in addict families parents behave coldly and un affectively .