Final Exam Study guide
Final Exam Study guide HDFS 1600
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Thursday December 31 y HDFS Finals Study guide Reasons for Negative effects of divorce on Children Emotional Pain amp Suffering Feeling Insecure Anxious Lower Self Esteem Aggression amp Anger Depression Top reason for troubled children as a result of divorced parents is that the parents don t coparent well causing WWW m we mm m m my a M H mmmu w my mum utter mu m 1 tittgltphtrtht hhtttthhld htthrtthg th thit hh ptttitttt hhth tn thtt t tt tutti ththtrt an emotional and tntcial shurttt fguitl ii tt1hupp l l thtuththlhhhtatiml h t lht t and Supt 39itti t mental Strain on The pmnm htquot tatrh ht hIitt jhihtltf wnducttng tittil lift helm hhidttru 1mm hm39tquot h m pcrhlttt negMints ttrutl temptCumin M 39t39lh 39it 39 tithet children antichtttt that that wilt the Ch d39 gnaw up ht h t ES with h thhthEr and a father They tend It the Il39l l39lttwttltt tt hat ttemhert ht at Ihhtijr tth tttd hf whh that whether Sthttn ISML hihtt ttihhth ht39 t h hrtt ht Parental LOSS ttlth assumetil It Suffer 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fiery foes Successful Aging includes 1 Low risk of disease and disease related disability 2 High mental and physical function 3 Active engagement with life Successful aging refers to physical mental and social well being in older age and so therefore can include 1 Behavioral competence health perception motor behavior and cognition 2 Psychological well being happiness optimism congruence between desired and attained goals 3 Perceived quality of life subjective assessment of family friends activities work income and housing 4 Objective environment realities of housing neighborhood income work activities etc Elder abuse is any form of mistreatment that results in harm or loss to an older person It is generally divided into the following categories Physical abuse is physical force that results in bodily injury pain or impairment googlecom Intergenerational Relationships Tighter intergenerational relationships are more likely to occur within mother daughter relationships they grow closer with age than father son This is emotionally and mentally Risks of Divorce marrying at a very early age less education and income Sunday December 13 y living together before marriage a premarital pregnancy no religious affiliation coming from a divorced family and feelings of insecurity Remarriages amp stepfamilies in the past people would remarry most likely because their spouses died on both parts marital happiness and commitment may change Uhallenges Tr Aullts 39 ww w I Lssot ower and control Flnanclal lfflCLllltllw p 1 v v Guilt Establishing dlSCIplme Loyalty con icts ending as a couple Anger Grieu in past losses i Fear Stepfamilies develop and operate differently than first families in successful stepfamilies some family members may be closer than others Stepfamily members have experienced loss Approximately 60 of remarriages end in divorce couples often don39t understand ow to create a stepfamily identity there is breakdown in 139 LLIIDLIEIV ML Df b tzbfbd LFLUMDD V U Successful Stepfamilies r Are erestive flesiliile communication r L Are mere honest commitment and p o Are better eemmtmlesters cohes1on 7 Stages of Stepfamily less Ll i eel istile mmre pl aetiesl lleviopment Have shared pereeptienmutusl agreement antasy 6 Immersion Have strung eeliple l elst irmslfup 7 Awareness Stepparent is seeendal y parent with possible mesquotement 8 Mobilization te parental status 939 ACUO Are selflde ned 10 Contact 11 Resolution Have geed UHH H I ILllfll tl lng set tiss heusehelds Sunday December 13 y A simple stepfamily is a couple family in which all children are biological or adopted children of one and only one married spouse or common law partner whose birth or adoption preceded the current relationship A compleX stepfamily is a couple family which contains at least one biological or adopted child whose birth or adoption preceded the current relationship These families contain children from 0 each married spouse or partner and no other children 0 one married spouse or partner and at least one other biological or adopted child of the couple 0 each married spouse or partner and at least one other biological or adopted child of the 7 7 7 r 7 couple P if H d A TV A I at A T Paul Bohannan s E Legoi Divorce court oriogo the morrioge to on end 6 StatiOHS of 5 Economic Divorce settlement of property divorce Lti CowPoreotoi Divorce a cuetoov ot coiioren The statistics of 5 Community Divorce oocioi oivorce39i r oivieioo or fr iEtt E that the What couple anoreo during their morrieo reiotionohip marriages are Ei P y39jihtf Divorce 3 idE iittf change5 trorri 39roorrie to oingle remarriages is 50 today Baby Boomers Our parents generation is taking care of our generation as well as the baby boomers as they grow older which is the gap As Baby Boomers enter late life relationships with family members gain importance A geriatrician studies elderly people 4 Thursday December 31 y Remember to study Chapters 14 amp 15 in detail on tegrity I hope the study guide was 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