FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS
Types ofFamilies
FUNCTION OF THE FAMILY1. Emotional Needs2. Physical Needs3. Culture/Tradition4. Social Skills
TYPES OF FAMILIES Nuclear Family: two parents and one or  more children living in the same place Single Parent Family: o...
TYPES OF FAMILIES Extended family: a family that  includes additional relatives beyond  parents and children . Adoptive ...
FUNCTION OF THE FAMILY1. Emotional Needs2. Physical Needs3. Culture/Tradition4. Social Skills
HEALTH AND FAMILY How does your family promote your physical health?   Providing medical care   Setting limits on behav...
CHARACTERISTICS OF STRONG FAMILIESGood CommunicationCaring and supportRespectCommitmentTrust
Siblings
OLDEST CHILD Usually set up as an  example to the other  children. Treated more like an adult  by his/her parents. A hi...
MIDDLE CHILDMay work extra-hard to get recognition.Is usually a peacemaker.Is somewhat average in schoolwork, but is an...
YOUNGEST CHILD Gets a lot of attention,  along with a lot of  bossing. May be spoiled. Usually matures quickly. May be...
ONLY CHILDFirstborns in triplicateEven more responsibleEven bigger perfectionistsUsually get along better with people ...
Friends may come and go, but  our siblings are always our            siblings.
SIBLING RELATIONSHIP BANK ACCOUNT What are some deposits into the relationship bank account? What are some withdrawals f...
PARENTS
TOP 10 THINGS YOU OUGHTA KNOW              ABOUT PARENTS10. Recognize how hard raising a child is.9. Seek your parents’ ad...
COOPERATION AND COMPROMISEDid you practice these skills with your parents?
PARENT RELATIONSHIP BANK ACCOUNT What are some deposits we can make in the relationship bank  account? What are some wit...
CHANGES IN FAMILIES
What are some changes in your family that you have experienced?
CHANGES IN FAMILY Changes in Family Structure     Birth/Adoption     Separation/Divorce     Remarriage     Death of a...
TAKE TIME FOR THE FAMILY   Working on household chores together   Share a meal. Try to share at least one meal a day tog...
TRADITIONS
TRADITIONS  It is important to have familytraditions. They are part of the gluethat holds families together. Lasting     ...
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  1. 1. FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS
  2. 2. Types ofFamilies
  3. 3. FUNCTION OF THE FAMILY1. Emotional Needs2. Physical Needs3. Culture/Tradition4. Social Skills
  4. 4. TYPES OF FAMILIES Nuclear Family: two parents and one or more children living in the same place Single Parent Family: one parent caring for one or more children . Blended family: consist of a married couple and their children from previous marriages (formed when a single parent remarries). (His, mine and ours clip)
  5. 5. TYPES OF FAMILIES Extended family: a family that includes additional relatives beyond parents and children . Adoptive family: consists of a parent or parents and one or more adopted children. Can have both adopted and biological children . Foster family: the temporary placement of children in the homes of adults who are not related to them.
  6. 6. FUNCTION OF THE FAMILY1. Emotional Needs2. Physical Needs3. Culture/Tradition4. Social Skills
  7. 7. HEALTH AND FAMILY How does your family promote your physical health?  Providing medical care  Setting limits on behavior  Teaching health skills How does your family promote your mental/emotional health?  Positive feedback  Support  Encouragement How does your family promote your social health?  Values  Cultural Heritage
  8. 8. CHARACTERISTICS OF STRONG FAMILIESGood CommunicationCaring and supportRespectCommitmentTrust
  9. 9. Siblings
  10. 10. OLDEST CHILD Usually set up as an example to the other children. Treated more like an adult by his/her parents. A high achiever. Given and accepts more responsibility than the other children. Usually college-bound. Independent. Affectionate.
  11. 11. MIDDLE CHILDMay work extra-hard to get recognition.Is usually a peacemaker.Is somewhat average in schoolwork, but is an all-around good student.Is usually a calm, even- tempered adult.
  12. 12. YOUNGEST CHILD Gets a lot of attention, along with a lot of bossing. May be spoiled. Usually matures quickly. May be undisciplined and irresponsible. Is easy-going about school. Likes to associate with someone who takes charge of situations.
  13. 13. ONLY CHILDFirstborns in triplicateEven more responsibleEven bigger perfectionistsUsually get along better with people older than themselves .
  14. 14. Friends may come and go, but our siblings are always our siblings.
  15. 15. SIBLING RELATIONSHIP BANK ACCOUNT What are some deposits into the relationship bank account? What are some withdrawals from the relationship bank account?
  16. 16. PARENTS
  17. 17. TOP 10 THINGS YOU OUGHTA KNOW ABOUT PARENTS10. Recognize how hard raising a child is.9. Seek your parents’ advice and ask their opinions on hard things8. Blood really is thicker than water. Your family will always bethere.7. The less you push your parents for something, the better yourchances are for getting what you want.6. You’ll be respected only when you respect them.5. Nothing good comes from fighting with you parents and beingagainst them.4. Help around the house.3. Do not underestimate their ideas and advice.2. Do your homework, buy them flowers, and save money.1. Your parents don’t always have a reason.
  18. 18. COOPERATION AND COMPROMISEDid you practice these skills with your parents?
  19. 19. PARENT RELATIONSHIP BANK ACCOUNT What are some deposits we can make in the relationship bank account? What are some withdrawals from the relationship bank account?
  20. 20. CHANGES IN FAMILIES
  21. 21. What are some changes in your family that you have experienced?
  22. 22. CHANGES IN FAMILY Changes in Family Structure  Birth/Adoption  Separation/Divorce  Remarriage  Death of a Family Member Changes in Family Circumstances  Moving to a new home  Changes in the family’s financial situation  Illness and disability  Alcohol or other drug abuse
  23. 23. TAKE TIME FOR THE FAMILY Working on household chores together Share a meal. Try to share at least one meal a day together. Family Events. Traditions.
  24. 24. TRADITIONS
  25. 25. TRADITIONS It is important to have familytraditions. They are part of the gluethat holds families together. Lasting memories are formed.
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