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Stress

  1. 1. Stress: The effect on family relationships<br />Abigail Malczewski<br />http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/johnston/4-H/4-H.html<br />
  2. 2. Seniors at West <br />Out of 20 seniors:<br />10 (50%) have 2 parents with full time jobs.<br />8 (40%) have 1 parent with a full time job.<br />2 (10%) have no parents with a full time job.<br />11 (55%) said their parents are usually stressed<br />11 (55%) said their parents stress has an effect on their relationship with them<br />11 (55%) said they are usually stressed<br />11 (55%) said their stress has an effect on their relationship with their parents<br />
  3. 3. Both parents work<br />Out of 10 seniors<br />10 (100%) said they are close to their parents<br />5 (50%) said their parents are usually stressed<br />5 (50%) said their parents stress has an effect on their relationship<br />5 (50%) said they are usually stressed <br />5 (50%) said their stress has an effect on their relationship with their parents<br />
  4. 4. One parent works<br />Out of 8 seniors:<br />6 (75%) said they are close to their parent who works<br />6 (75%) said they are close to their parent who doesn’t work<br />4 (50%) said their parents are usually stressed<br />4 (50%) said their parents stress has an effect on their relationship with them <br />5 (63%) said they are usually stressed<br />4 (50%) said their stress has an effect on their relationship with their parents<br />
  5. 5. Neither parent works<br />Out of 2 seniors:<br />Both said they were close to their parents<br />Both said their parents are usually stressed<br />Both said their parents stress has an effect on their relationship with them<br />Both said they are usually stressed<br />Both said their stress has an effect on their relationship with their parents <br />
  6. 6. Outcome<br />Most families have someone who is stressed.<br />According to the data I think stress does have an effect on family relationships.<br />I do not think that families with parents who work are more likely to have some type of stress in them then families with parents who don’t work. <br />
  7. 7. Stresses for parents<br />Work<br />Money <br />Kids <br />The home<br />Bills<br />Family <br />cvshealthresources.com<br />
  8. 8. Stresses for Teens<br />School<br />Work<br />College <br />Homework<br />Future<br />Money<br />publicaffairs.uth.tmc.edu<br />
  9. 9. How does stress effect our families?<br />Stress effects the amount of time we spend with our families<br />It also effects our moods <br />Our moods effect how our relationships with our families are<br />Stress can make people more irritable<br />
  10. 10. How this relates to Twisted.<br />In Twisted Tyler does not have a very good relationship with his parents. This is mostly caused by his fathers stresses at work. Tyler is also stressed himself which just adds to the tension between him and his father. <br />
  11. 11. Work Cited<br />http://www.familyoutreachclba.org/About-Stress.htm<br />http://www.buzzle.com/articles/how-does-stress-affect-our-relationship-with-our-family.html<br />

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