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Family

Substance abuse remains a growing problem for adolescents throughout the United States. According to the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration in 2012, “more than one quarter of adolescents drank alcohol, approximately one fifth used an illicit drug, and almost one eighth smoked cigarettes” (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration,...

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Regarding the population of interest, i.e. teens from divorced parents, I would think that one of the issues that had potential bias would be whether or not the parents themselves were substance abusers. In other words, if the teenagers came from a household where by the parents used alcohol or...

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It is a widely known fact that the emulation of one’s actions is intrinsic to children as they experience the process of copying other people with a further intention of feeling an affinity with them. In particular, children tend to imitate the actions, behavior and habits of role models that...

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Summary of the InterviewIn the conduction of my ongoing interviews with Jazlyn, for the second interview the child was given a series of problems to solve. Jazlyn solved two of the five problems correctly. For the first problem, she employed the use of a counting strategy, but she stated that...

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1. Clearly identifies theory/model & concepts as related to family. Demonstrates synthesis of knowledge related to theory/mod. Connections between chronic illness and families are linked to the ideas of the family health models. There are multiple clinical family assessment models that can be used in practice. Not only can family...

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When it comes to beliefs about family relationships and expectations, I have come to learn that what is right, wrong, good, or bad, is all in the eye of the beholder. While there is an old saying, apparently, that blood is thicker than water, this does not ring true in...

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Divorce can be a difficult issue for children to deal with. Often times, children who go through the divorce of their parents can suffer adverse effects. Because of the difficulty associated with this traumatic event, many theorists have begun to study what helps children come out of these situations with...

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Many of us have already heard about the high divorce rates, especially in the Western world. Many of us also may come from a family that is divorced, living with either one of our parents. From personal experience, the problem of divorce is great, since it tears the family unit...

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More than ninety percent of people living in Western cultures get married before they are fifty years old and forty to fifty percent end up divorcing. The divorce rate for second and third marriages is even higher (Marriage and Divorce). This is a very high rate of divorce and raises...

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