The proposal of the research study is to provide a brief summary of the books on the effects offamily structure and family change on parental separation. It takes as the starting point of thestudy, and the results are a series of issues that are examined in the research books. Do familychanges mostly have (for
only a short
time) effects on children, or do they have more lasting
(through) hits/effects? How does the remarriage affect child results? What hit/effect do families
have on child results? What are the (machines/methods/ways) that link family structure and
family change to child results? How much of the hit/effect is this? How much is
of aparent figure? How is it possible to get a parental separation? How often is it that you have aparental separation? And how many of the association is between the family and the result of thenon-(proof
that one thing definitely causes
another) (machines/methods/ways), such as selectioneffects? The research study will sketch out the answers to these questions.It is only within the big
picture of the adult-child relationship that children satisfy the differentdevelopmental tasks related to maturing. Separation from or loss of parents due to death, divorce, jailing or removal to foster care will affect
lot) the child’s mental development andpossibly on his / her thinking-related and physical development also. Although the effects ofparental separation / loss can change/differ from child to family, the bad
effect can be (made something as small as possible/treated
something important as
unimportant) if the child lives in a (surrounding
conditions) that is supportive to the very sad
death) process and able tooffer an explanation and understanding of his life events. Unfortunately, many, many childrenwho have suffered from this condition have been found to be at risk, and to be at leastsomewhat mentally
“stuck” at the age of the first (or
important) attachment objects. Current study is leading to the relationship between parents and children (related
about) their life and the (community of people/all
good people in the
world) effects ontheir life. The topic is about the emotional, social and educational factors of children in(community
of people/all good people in the world).
Over the past twenty
years, a significant books on child wellbeing. This book-related documents a(collection
over time) of (event(s) or object(s) that prove
something) in a different range ofcontexts. Especially, children raised in a single
parent family in a family of two parents, whileparental separation was connected with a range of bad results for children. Behind thesepatterns of associations between family contexts and child results, however, is a complex web ofoverlapping and interactive influences, which means that these results are far fromplain/honest/easy. It is the purpose of this proposal to throw some light on the reasons whychildren are affected.
This presents/causes a challenge for a short survey of the books such as this. It needs to be saidthat this paper is not based on a well-thought-out review of the books in this field. Although Ihave tried to read a lot of information about this topic, the part
of the books, wasshaped by my own views and interests. The paper should be thought
about/believed to be more of books.
Relationships with parents following separation Children who had good relationships with parents before and after separation. Children who had experienced high levels of conflict or violence in the home felt relief when thiswas
settled. They felt more at ease with both parents, and felt that parents had more time tofocus on them. A continuation of conflict after the separation was upsetting for children andworsening their sense of being different from other families. The (change
to make better/related to changing
something) was harder when parentscontacted each other. Cooperation and back
and forth/equal between
people respect betweenparents helped children to have a better relationship with each parent.
And helping children to understand their parents’ feelings and behavior.30% of children believed that their relationship with their non-resident parents had beenimproved and the parents’ emotional availability.
28% of children reported their relationship withnon-resident parents to have (did
not like that/did not agree with that).
A child may feel:
– A sense of loss – separation from a parent, but your whole way of life
– Different, with an unfamiliar family
– Afraid/scary about being left alone
– Angry at one or both parents for the relationship breakdown
– Worried about having caused parental separation:
– Rejected and insecure
– Torn between both parents.