Bibliography Name Institution Affiliation Date Bibliography Dykes F. Moran V. H. Burt S. & Edwards J. (2003). Adolescent mothers and breastfeeding: experiences and support needs—an exploratory study. Journal of Human Lactation 19(4) 391-401. The article talks about how the adolescent mothers breastfeed their young ones and how they need support in this kind of practice. Breastfeeding need a lot of support and experience in the adolescent mothers. The adolescent mothers are the kind of mothers who are nineteen years or younger and are capable of handling the child issues and breastfeeding them. Therefore making them breastfeed their children need concern for their needs. According to the authors breastfeeding is not an easy task. This is because of the diverse actions that the adolescent mothers do. For instance they need to be healthy and eat a balanced diet food. The enhancement of breastfeeding in mothers is as a result of affect their lives and the children’s. In most of the cases it has been described that depression can lead to adverse impacts on the life of an individual. Lack of satisfaction can cause depression in adolescent mothers in terms of wealth and resources that are essential for the care of the child. That is when an adolescent mother become depressed and miserable. Therefore the article describes how the African-American adolescent mothers are much depressed because of lack of care. However the practice of caring the adolescent mothers and making them feel satisfied will reduce depressions and other health issues in the community. This is according to the research and the arguments of the authors in the case study. For better outcomes in the lives of the adolescent mothers the proper approached should be considered by following all the interventions that are essential in the lives of the adolescent mothers. [...]
1) Identify a specific stage of development, and a particular demographic population, i.e., gay senior citizens, adolescent mothers, 2) keview the literature to find peer review articles that apply strength based perspective to your identified population, 3) Discuss how the authors conceptualize the strength based perspective, and what does it look like, how do they describe it? 4) Discuss how this practice contributes to the well-being of your chosen population, and 5) Discuss the implications for practice. You should put the bibliographic citation (APA style) in bold print at the beginning of your paragraph and then in two or three concise paragraph(s) discuss the main contributions of the article as well as the points addressed above. Five (5) articles; one of the articles must be an empirical article, are to be cited in paper. You should not plagiarize the abstract provided by the peer-reviewed journal article, it should be clear to the reader that you are familiar with the article Please see attached file.