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  • 1. Relationships with Friends & Family By: Jess J. & Megan Kawa
  • 2. Difference Between Good & Bad Relationships
    • Divorce can be a very difficult experience for anyone. New studies suggest that the painful effects of their parents' separation can stay with children for years. Both sides benefit from it. A mutual love with understanding. Being there for each other. When there is trust in what happens, you can talk to each other about what’s on your mind. Communication and respect.
    • Many of those people will not do well in school or jobs . Some will also fail in their own marriages later on. One or neither side benefits. One formed on a lie or wrong. Fighting, abuse, neglect. An effort to avoid all contact. Do not want to be around each other. No communication or respect.
  • 3. Survey Results
    • Good Relationship within the family important
    • -90%
    • Have a good relationship with the family
    • -90%
    • Where good relationships stand on priority list
    • -Top 50%
    • -Middle 50%
    • -Bottom 0%
    • -Not a priority 0%
  • 4. How the family effects actions
    • Support and encouragement of family tends to have the action take place
    • They can either tighten or loosen rules which can determine your actions.
    • Family values and traditions are passed down
    • If surrounded by them long enough their ways can rub off on you
  • 5. How friends effects actions
    • If surrounded by them long enough their ways can rub off on you
    • Friends usually are closer in age and have a better understanding of what is going on in your age group.
    • Friends usually follow in each other footsteps do to fear of losing the friendship.
    • If around them enough your ways start to become similar
  • 6. Standards of Relationships in Society
    • Not all relationship standards are where they should be at.
    • Standards of relationships are sometimes over looked.
    • The standard of a relationship in society can affect the type of relationships people have or don’t have.
    • Standards of relationships are blown out of proportion. People like to exaggerate when they are talking about how horrible their friend or family relationship is.
  • 7. Difference between friends & family relationships
    • Friends-you chose them, and share common interests, you are not stuck with them your whole life, they are not always there for you like family is, it’s good to have them when you are mad at your family.
    • Family-you do not chose them, see them everyday, more of a higher standard of importance, stuck with them for life, either have a connection or don’t, share a history with them, always there for you no matter what.
  • 8. Facts on Family Relationships
    • Some social scientists have suggested that divorce may have greater and longer-lasting negative effects on children than previously thought.
    • Children's responses to divorce can vary greatly, but divorce can not be blamed for all the children’s problems from a family breakup.
    • Keeping your family close must start when you children are very young.
    • An important way to ensure family closeness is by creating special family traditions.
    • Another basic premise for keeping your family close is raising them in such a way that they like each other.
  • 9. Facts on Friend Relationships
    • Friend relationships you make in your teen years will be a special part of your life and will teach you some of the most important lessons about who you are.
    • You are able to talk and listen to each other about problems and feel trust.
    • Good communication, trust, and respect throughout the friendship.
    • You should feel safe around your friends and feel that you can trust them with your secrets.
    • Friends have more of a similar view of what is going on then parents due to age.
    • Friends can give certain advice that family cannot give.
    • Friendships among peers is important to some for self esteem
    • Friends are there for what family can’t be there for.
  • 10. Works Cited
    • Jost, Kenneth. Robinson, Marilyn. “Children and Divorce What can be done to help children of divorce?” CQ Researcher. 7 June 1991. CQ Press <http://library2.cqpress.com>. 5 January 2010
    • “Family Relationship article” essortmen . 11 Jan. 2010. <http://www.essortment.com>
    • “ Healthy Relationships” youngwomenshealth. 11 Jan. 2010. <http://www.youngwomenshealth.org/healthy_relat.html>