Family Systems - The systems theory suggests that independent forces are made up of subsystems that when combined contribute to the growth development

Family Systems - The systems theory suggests that...

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The systems theory suggests that independent forces are made up of subsystems, that when combined, contribute to the growth, development, and sustainment of this system. Along with this theory is the belief that systems have the tendency to work toward strength and stability due to homeostasis. This means that regardless of the input that goes into the system, it will eventually work itself out. The systems theory directly applies to my life. I was not exempt from the systems theory in the grand scheme of my existence, the subsystems in my life such as my family, friends, church, school and jobs contribute to who I am, my growth, my development and my sustainment through out the years, making me a system. The most important part of my subsystem is my family; they are the first people to ever influence my life. They taught me the traditions, attitudes, morals, disciplines, and cultures of their world and the world that I would have to face. It began
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