Relationships and the Family

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Friendship, dating, and family are all considered interpersonal relationships within the branch of social psychology. These terms of association evaluate levels of affection towards one another and the foundations that nurture self-esteem. The highest bonds of relational value include:

– a unit of social structure with the implication of kinship or members of a household. Progressively, it has broadened to one's primary group of association.
– a socially sanctioned union amongst male and females with the function of reproducing, cohabiting, status or social satisfaction.
– relationship between child and parent and the process of forming friendships as a source of identity.
– following childhood, bonds through the teens change through puberty, growing more involved in romantic relationships with others.

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