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Family dynamics play a major role in how children develop. These influences include structure, expectations, parenting styles, and involvement. To understand more about how your childhood experiences with your family have influenced your current identification of self, take a few minutes and think back to those days. Consider the factors that are important during this stage of development, reflecting on major theories of cognitive, social, and physical development.
Families are bound by baggages, hard times, affection, but mostly families are bound by love. Loyalty should be cherished by families and they ensure a 'successfulâ' family maintenance. Within a childâ??s development stages, family dynamics are considered to be among the most vital aspects that should be taken seriously to ensure that the child obtains and receives a good form of upbringing.
Family dynamics play important roles during the development stages of a child including, physical, cognitive and social development. There are incidents when a family does something good for a child or plays part in providing a nick name for their child with an aim of ensuring that they enhance their family ties and develop memories for their child hence enhancing the existing family dynamic.
Every family is bound by their own way of enhancing the existing relationship among themselves hence describing their own family dynamics. The structure of the family; the number of children that a family has; the number of available adults; the personality traits of the different family members; the existing family culture; existing family background; and existing family experiences are some of the factors which may have an influence on the existing family dynamics. Therefore, for a family to work as anticipated, understanding the above factors is considered important (White, Elder, Paavilainen, Joronen, Helgadóttir & Seidl, 2010).
Family dynamics are known to have an influence on the behavior of individuals within a family context and in turn influence the behavior of children within that family dynamic making it harder for them to get on track. Alignments are also known to exist among different families. Every parent is known to have a relationship which could be termed as unique and ideal with each child. Family alignment may be stronger among ...
How family dynamics plays a major role in how children develop is determined. The influences are determined.