Nativity Status and Latinx Mothers: Stress, Resilience, Depression and Motherhood

Karleigh Groves
Immigration has been implicated as a factor in determining the psychological well-being of Latinx parents and their children. Processes related to immigration may result in greater stress and depression over time; however, they may also foster greater resilience. Psychological symptomology and the development of stress, depression, and resilience compounded with immigration experiences may affect how Latinx mothers conceptualize motherhood. The ideology of child-centric support and intensive mothering present in the United States is associated with...
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