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NC Teen Living 2.01
Transcript of NC Teen Living 2.01
Cycle Family Structure Nuclear
Children Blended (Phineas/Ferb)
previous relationships Single Parent
in one house Adoptive (legal &
biological children Foster (temporary)
biological children Beginning -
just starting Child bearing
entering the family Child Rearing
being raised Launching
leave home Empty Nest
Children are gone
Parents still able
to do things Retirement
Parents slowing down
no longer working Lack of or Poor
Issues Culture Responsibilities
and rewards Types
Values death divorce loss of
abuse moving suicide Functions
of Families drug abuse
whole familiy Types of
abuse Physical Emotional Sexual Conflict =
Disagreement Balance is key
daily activities Get help
needed look for
as a family Teen marriages
have even higher
divorce rates Crisis brings
good and bad family life cycle
shows stages that
a family goes
through in life Codependency - allowing
problem to control
your behavior Socialization Emotional Moral Physical 1.Wait until at least your 20s to marry. Avoid marrying as a teenager (either spouse). By some estimates, this raises your odds by 2-3 times the likelihood.
2.Don’t marry out of duty to a child. Avoid marrying just because she got pregnant. Pregnancy is not the same processes we discussed in the pairing off section above.
3.Become proactive by maintaining your marriage with preventative efforts designed to avoid break downs. Find books, seminars, and a therapist to help you both work out the tough issues.
4.Never cohabit if you think you might marry. Decades of studies show that cohabitation contributes to higher divorce risks among those who eventually marry.
5.Leave the marriage market—when you marry avoid keeping an eye open for a better spouse.
6.Remain committed to your marriage—most couples have irreconcilable difference and most learn to live comfortably together in spite of them (just live with it).
7.Keep a positive outlook. Avoid losing hope in your first 36 months—those who get past the 3-year mark often see improvements in quality of marital relationship and the first 36 months have the most intense adjustments in them.
8.Take the media with a grain of salt. Avoid accepting evidence that your marriage is doomed—this means being careful not to let accurate or inaccurate statistics convince you that all is lost, especially before you even marry.
9.Do your homework when selecting a mate. Take your time and realize that marrying in your late 20’s is common now and carefully identify someone who is homogamous to you, especially about wanting to be married.
10.Look to the positive benefits found to be associated with being married in society. In the last
increased Sexual Tips for
Manners Context of race
Sexual Partners abuse any questions? Donna
Jeanette Gore Owens Doris
1. List your name
2. List your dad's name
3. List your mom's name
4. List your dad's - mom's name
5. List your dad's mom's name
6. List your mom's - mom's name
7. List you mom's dad's name
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