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Revision for Relationships, Self Concept and Live Events.

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Positive effect of relationships

Emotional Positives for child in a supportive relationship with parent.

  • Secure
  • Safe
  • Loved
  • Wanted
  • Valued
  • Appreciated
  • Has high self esteem
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Positive effect of relationships

Physical positives for child in a supportive relationship with parent

  • Given nutritious food so they can grow
  • Have lots of energy
  • learn new skills e.g. riding a bike
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Positive effect of relationships

Intellectual positives for child in a supportive relationship with parent

  • Listened to
  • spoken to
  • good communication skills
  • Read to
  • Helped with homework
  • Likely to not be behind at school
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Positive effect of relationships

Social Positives for child in a supportive relationship with parent.

  • confident
  • trusted
  • trusting of others
  • forms friends
  • good social skills
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Negative effect of relationships

Emotional Negatives of being in an unhappy marriage.

  • tired
  • drained
  • stressed
  • upset
  • happy
  • no love in relationship
  • negative effect on self esteem
  • sense of failure
  • loss of confidence
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Negative effect of relationships

Intellectual relationships of being in an unhappy marriage.

  • hard to concentrate at work
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Negative effect of relationships

Physical negatives of being in an unhappy relationship.

  • may comfort eat
  • may not eat
  • stop leisure activities because depressed
  • doesn't want to leave house
  • Person may increase alcohol intake 
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Negative effect of relationships

Social negatives of being in an unhappy marrige

  • Relationship will feel less strong
  • Lose confidence
  • afraid of rejection of failure
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Negative effect of relationships

Intellectual negatives from not getting on with manager.

  • May not learn new skills from manager
  • May not ask for help from manager
  • Stress
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Negative effect of relationships

Emotional Negatives from not getting on with manager.

  • Upset
  • Angry
  • Tired
  • Stressed
  • Depressed 
  • Low self esteem
  • Frustrated
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Negative effect of relationships

Social negatives from not getting on with manager

  • Might not attend work
  • not earn money to go out with friends
  • Lose social contacts
  • Strain on relationships
  • Excluded socially at work
  • Not supported by colleagues
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Negative effect of relationships

Physical negatives of not getting on with Manager.

  • Comfort eat
  • not eat
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Tobacco 
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Domestic

Financial Abuse

  • Taking a persons money away from them, making a person ask for money
  • Making a person say how they spend every single penny
  • Not allowing them to work and earn money
  • Having all bills in the persons name, having all bank accounts in the abusers name
  • making all decisions when deciding what to buy and when to buy
  • giving a person a small amount of money to manage and then criticising them for not managing to buy essentials with it
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Domestic

Threats

  • Making a person afraid but using looks and gestures
  • saying they'll hurt them or kill them or someone precious to them or the family pet
  • threatening to smash things
  • threatening to tell other people how bad/stupid they are
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Domestic

Sexual Abuse

  • Making somebody do sexual things that they don't want to do
  • calling the person a ****
  • not allowing the person to dress in the ay they want to or only in the way the abuser wants them too
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Domestic

Physical Abuse

  • Hitting, pushing, punching, kicking
  • biting, slapping, hair pulling
  • throwing or smashing things
  • punching the wall, smashing the window
  • burning, strangling, stabbing, murder
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Emotional Abuse.

  • Constantly putting the person dow, making the person feel bad about themselves-insulting them by calling them fat, ugly, stupid, a bad parent,undermining them
  • Checking up on where they are and what they are doing, timing a person when they go out, making them explain every moment
  • always lying to them, ignoring them, withholding affection.
  • threatening to leave, threatening to throw them out, threatening to commit suicide if they leave.
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Domestic

Isolation

  • Stopping someone from seeing their friends and family, not allowing the person to have visitors
  • stopping them from having a job, not allowing the person to learn to drive
  • going everywhere with them
  • locking them in the house, not allowing phone calls
  • not allowing the person from learning the native language and always speaking for them.
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