Article 1 Loneliness

Article 1 Loneliness - Naal 1 Article 1: Loneliness and...

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Naal 1 Article 1: Loneliness and Life Satisfaction in Adolescents Our satisfaction with life can vary often and is characterized by events in which have already occurred or might occur in the future. In this study, life satisfaction is measured in children with divorced parents vs. the children with married parents. Loneliness also plays an impact on how satisfied a child currently is in each household. Life satisfaction is cognitive judgments and evaluations than an individual makes about his or her life (Diener, & Suh, 1997). In a married household, the child is less lonely due to consistent exposure to his father and mother. The access to interact socially with both parents is a big influence on the loneliness of a child. When the child witnesses his parents socially interacting, he or she is more likely to socialize with them in order to sustain balance in the family. Socializing with both of your parents builds a relationship and an emotional attachment to both. The feeling of not being separated as a family helps
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course PSYC Psycology taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Kennesaw.

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