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    Virginia Satir has developed a definition to the way and how a person will cope with a problem known as the survival stance. The survival stance is the natural reaction that a person will use in order to modify the realities that is connected themselves, others, and/or the context. The four stances for survival are placating, blaming, being super-reasonable, and being irrelevant and it is through these stances that a person’s life from childhood will help to determine that a person will have an…

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    Parents’ child rearing styles are one of the world constructs, which express the emotional and general relationships between parents and children (Baumrind, as cited in Bolghan-Abadi et al., 2011). According to Baumrind (1967), there are mainly three types of parenting styles that parents involve in- 1) Authoritarian style where the authoritarian parent attempts to shape, control, and evaluate…

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    The children who are born into the system have that urge of having a normal life, that desire. Every child that receives support services from the system will no longer receive service once they reach the age of 18. These services include finical, educational, social and otherwise. The children in the system have a difficult time coping with support, due to them not permanently having the moral support…

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    programs. While on the other hand the agency might not have the proper resources to offer them to get to their visits and programs, so without those being completed, the child cannot be rehabilitated into the family. The agencies debate for why children would not be reunified to their families, is that some families like I said above were never really families at all. That the parents in this situation lack responsibility of nourishing their child and that of which, made them not a family at…

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    this exercise allowed me to have more time to focus on my attachment styles and self- serving prophecies. One thing that I learned about during my day of non-complaining is that I think that I have a secure attachment style. I decided to interview a family member that I thought had the best formed perspective of me, to help me learn more about myself. So, I asked my mother. My mom said that she believes that I have anxious attachment style. Another thing that I had time to consider during…

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    Life Course Theory Summary

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    Foster children are frequently moved and lack healthy role models to teach them life skills during this period of their life. The life course theory states that if an individual does not fall in line with society’s sequence or timing of when events should occur…

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    Loring Jones’s article Measuring Resiliency and Its Predictors in Recently Discharged Foster Youth is a study where 97 foster youth are interviewed six months after they are discharged from the foster care system. The study took place at a foster care residence that uses a “residential education” approach. This means the emphasis at this facility was on education and social development. The interview is used to see how resilient the youth are based on predetermined predictors for being resilient…

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    We hold many values in our lives today, but by far friendship remains the most significant. A good friendship includes honesty, loyalty, sincerity and most importantly trusting each other. Trusting each other in a friendship remains crucial because it shows reliability and confidence between two people. This helps friends become closer and feel more safe. In the play Romeo and Juliet and the book Digital Fortress, the significant relationship of friendship exists through trust. Within the…

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    ERIKSONS STAGES OF PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT The Eight Erikson’s Stage of Development Trust vs Mistrust is the first stage of development that mainly focuses on infants’ learning to develop a bond with their parents according to the types of caregiving ability that the baby receives from birth to 12 months old. A consistent and reliable care will create trust between the parents and the infant but if the child receives harsh and a threatening feeling, it eventually leads to the development of…

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    The Chosen written by American-Jewish author and rabbi, Chaim Potok, emphasises the importance of parent child relationships, specifically between Fathers and sons, within adolescent years. Between the ages of 10-19 children are moulded through the environment they’re raised in and the elements of relationship that are present. During this time, they acquire much of their character traits that build individual perspective and provide a structure for the development of one’s own values.…

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