Stapleton, D., Griffiths, G and Sherriff, J.
Journal of Community Nursing
Frequent or complex mealtime difficulties can have adverse effects on relationships within families. This article describes the relational component of mealtime difficulties, the effects on emotional well-being and family relationships and the perceived needs of families for new service developments at a community level. The article concludes that the primary aim of an intervention for mealtime difficulties in the community should be to optimize interactions and relationships within families...
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