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Negative impact of dysfunctional families on moral socialization of adolescent

Negative impact of dysfunctional families on moral socialization of adolescent. Having an influence on the formation of future mature individual as an active member of society, fully aware of the rights and duties incumbent as such socialization function of the family is carried over a long period of time, during which the adolescent learning content and meaning morale. Family debt directly contribute to modeling and personality development, allowing internalization of moral requirements and standards. There are enough cases where the family’s overall goals are not achieved, and the normality of family life is altered. With the changing family roles are changing family composition, content, and quality of interactions between members. In this case, the family as a whole is disorganized, its performance is minimal, and its climate is deteriorating, exerting negative influences of the deepest on the family community members. Such a family, with no normal functionality is a broken home. They appear prominently dysfunction in cases of divorce, the marriage fails, in most cases resulting in adverse consequences parting partners, sometimes dramatic, on the family as a whole and especially the juvenile period age children and teens. Research has shown that lack of emotional relationships between parents and young people influence the utmost, training and youth personality structure, their absence, as well as conflicting relationships, often leading to the emergence of feelings of loneliness, anxiety or “alienation” , lower frustration tolerance and increased predisposition to aggression. Most cases are found in deprived families, resulting in affective disorders, because this child spends most of his time up to 3-4 years. Child first experiences living here, knowing different people and especially the difficulties facing family. They leave their mark on the education. Later, when the child enters the school, the educational problems will be felt more acutely culminating with school failure. In most families, however, this will simply go unnoticed or be ignored by parents facing all kinds of flaws and troubles, neglecting the development and supervision of the child, but especially “erosion “disorders seen in these families. Situation where most parents neglect the important role of the family as the main child mental development environment. Family may be too high or too lenient with poor living standards, plus some mental illness, alcoholism, drug abuse, delinquency, violence, verbal or physical separations between spouses or cohabitation. All creates imbalance and voltage directly influencing the development and harmonious development of the child.

The most traumatic form of family disorganization is a divorced one. The splitting of the family generates bad consequences on the family as a whole. That what he believed to be a law of nature, living with their parents, they have the obligation to raise and protect you, turns a dream, something painful, unthinkable for their age so early. For new parents came home he will be seen as an outsider with suspicion, analyzing it and comparing it with the good father, whom I will miss, even if they were not so attached. But things are complicated further when they come into the world and other stepchildren. Sometimes, over time, without noticing it, the child will be marked by the phenomenon of enforceability development. The parents will lose prestige in the eyes of the children. Different major conflicts will disrupt the family universe, making the child victim. Working out of control by parents for child closes it, keeping away from parents, and they do not realize that balance mentally and psycho basis of the child’s personality is so shaken. Furthermore, their aggression leads to accumulation of an amount of trauma neuropsihoafective will trigger at a time or in adolescence or adulthood, a series of aggressive reactions. The fact is that a broken home can not provide the child with educational climate and emotional effects on children’s personality. Later, these young people will present difficulties in adapting to a collective emotional instability, fragility moral anxiety etc.