Relationships over time
- Ivy Tech Community College
- Child Development And Family Studies
- Child Development And Family Studies 201
- Relationships over time
Last Modified: 2011-07-02
begins when first child leaves and ends when all children have left the home
period of development for both the individual and their parents
relationship tend to grow closer, more supportive, and less conflicted as adult children start their own lives
love parents but parents know how to push buttons
children towards their parents in their teens until their 40s
parents towards children when their kids are in their 20s until their 60s
majority of care is performed by family member
parents/teachers - its a period of storm and stress
middle adolescence (13-15): leveling off of decline
late adolescence (16-18): increase in warmth/affection
can be an adult but to parents one will always be their child
backups - a sibling may step in when needed
circumscribed - a specific, not intense duty
sporadic - providing service at convenience
dissociated - the sibling can not be counted on
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