This article discusses the positive and negative impacts that family relationships can have on an individual’s well-being. It highlights the importance of parental warmth, communication, support, and conflict resolution for a child’s emotional health and overall well-being. The article also suggests that strong family relationships are beneficial for stress management, problem solving skills, physical health, mental health, self-esteem and social functioning.
What I found interesting about this article was how different aspects of family relationships such as parental warmth or communication can have a major influence on a child’s (or even an adult’s) emotional wellbeing. This reinforces the idea that it is important to nurture healthy relationships with your family in order to promote good mental and physical health benefits.
Read the article”Family Relationships and Well Being” Briefly summarize each article by answering the following Questions: What did you find interesting about the articles? What did you agree with? What did you disagree with? Post 2 thoughtful questions for your peers to respond to https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5954612/
I agree with the idea that strong family relationships can be beneficial for many aspects of our lives such as helping us manage stress better or aiding in our problem solving skills. I also believe that maintaining these kinds of meaningful connections within our families is key to improving our social functioning abilities which can help us form stronger bonds with others in general.
However I disagree with some parts of this article which suggest that having poor familial connections could lead to negative outcomes like depression or addiction problems later in life – there are many other factors at play here so this cannot always be attributed solely to bad family ties.