FMST 312 Nov 5 - FMST 312 November 5th The Enduring Bond...

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FMST 312 November 5 th The Enduring Bond between Young Adults and their Parents - When parents provide a good foundation, young adults possess social capital which favorably affects their lives - Their parents also continue to mature and alter their parental roles The Economic Interdependence of Young Adults and Their Parents - In much of the world, working to help support the family (filial duty) is expected of young adults - Where there is poverty, we see the greatest economic dependence on the younger generation Variations in the Living Arrangements of Young Adults and their Parents - Young adults in traditional cultures typically continue to live with their parents but are expected to begin contributing to the financial welfare of their parents The Attachment of Young Adults to Their Parents - Attachment & individuation are dual pathways to young adult development - Security of attachment to parents is related to freedom from guilt, anxiety, and resentment towards parents What is “generativity” in terms of relationships?
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