8. Family relationships.part 1

Five common patterns in adolescents relationships

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Unformatted text preview: ne is aware -friends family doesnt connect caregiving is more common. Five common patterns in adolescents’ relationships with siblings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Caregiver relationship Buddy relationship Critical relationship Rival relationship Casual relationship parent friends teasing, conflict competition not involved in each others life HOW DO RELATIONSHIPS WITH EXTENDED FAMILY MEMBERS VARY ACROSS CULTURES? In traditional cultures, the caregiver relationship between siblings is the most common form Adolescents in traditional cultures often have child-care responsibilities CONSIDER HOW YOUR SIBLING IMPACTED YOUR ADOLESCENT EXPERIENCE. IF YOU WERE AN ONLY CHILD, HOW DID NOT HAVING A SIBLING AFFECT YOU? EXTENDED FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS Traditional Cultures: • Young men generally remain in their family home after marriage; young women move into their husband’s home • Children typically grow up in a house that includes parents, siblings, grandparents and often uncles, aunts, and cousins extended family live all together, grow up t ogether, friend had to b...
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