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List the problems faced by American families today. Given the nature of all the problems, do you think marriage and family are worth the effort?
My daughter and son in law have four children and what they face is not enough money to go around at the end of the month and health care problems for my special grandson and then you get to public education that is not taught right nor is it it [ correct . They have made the text books what they wanted them to be not the way it really happened in history .. I think in modern day times we all
live a lie and that is what a family today has to deal with on a day to day basis. ]
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Weegy: My daughter and son in law have four children and what they face is not enough money to go around at the end of the month and health care problems for my special grandson and then you get to public education that is not taught right nor is it it [ correct . They have made the text books what they wanted them to be not the way it really happened in history .. I think in modern day times we all live a lie and that is what a family today has to deal with on a day to day basis. ]
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List the problems faced by American families today. Given the nature of all the problems,
Weegy: 1) Money (income, bills, credit) 2) Raising children (parenting skills differences) 3) Social pressures (drugs, alcohol, tobacco, [ fidelity) 4) Extended family issues (My mom her dad my sister her brother) 5) Religion (differences and loyalty) But the biggest problem that couples (families) have is COMMUNICATION vs SELFISHNESS As long as two people can see eye to eye realize that they are the only other person that they can always rely on and talk to as long as they are always open and honest with each other than they can overcome all of these problems and beat the odds and live a happy life together. (they also have to teach this to their children as well) hope that this helps you. Besides all of the above, another big issue is the high divorce rate. ] (More)
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What is the impact of divorce on family members? Give some personal examples if possible. How would you explain
Weegy: As a licensed mental health professional, I work with many individuals, couples, and families who are affected by divorce. [ I see the devastating effects that breakups can have and am dedicated to helping people develop the skills to cope with experiences like divorce. Major Disruptions The decision to divorce causes major changes in the lives of all family members. Some upheaval is inevitable. The main trouble areas are: 1. Financial: Money becomes a huge problem for most people. The cost of a divorce is extremely high, and two households cost more than one. 2. Career: Being less focused at work and spending time away from the job for divorce-related appointments takes its toll. 3. Logistics: Running your home is more difficult because you no longer have a partner to help with daily chores. 4. Emotional: Most people have periods of depression, sadness, anger, and fatigue. Lots of Feelings People who are experiencing the breakup of their marriage can expect to have a wide variety of feelings. Some call it "the crazy time" and there is even a book about divorce with this title. The following complaints are common: • Poor concentration • Nightmares • Sleep problems • Fatigue • Mood swings • Feeling tense • Nausea • Gaining/losing weight • Feeling nervous • Somatic complaints Divorce profoundly affects children. In Surviving the Breakup, author Judith Wallerstein describes the experience of 60 divorcing families. She outlines the following key issues for children of divorcing families: Fear: Divorce is frightening to children, and they often respond with feelings of anxiety. Children feel more vulnerable after a divorce because their world has become less reliable. Fear of abandonment: One-third of the children in Wallerstein's study feared that their mother would abandon them. Confusion: The children in divorcing families become confused about their relationships with their parents. ] User: What is the impact of divorce on family ... (More)
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: Why do you think people who go to college have a lower risk of divorce? How would you explain
Weegy: I wouldn't agree on this on my personal opinion but if this was a debate question I'd answer: Most college educated people are aware of disadvantages of divorce. [ Having a single spouse in a lifetime is very advantageous and if one has it, he or she might have reached the highest fulfillment in life and in love. ] User: What is the impact of divorce on family members? Give some personal examples if possible. How would you explain Weegy: Impact of divorce on family members depends really on what kind of family, how long have you been together, are you already an established family. A divorce can be a very life changing event especially to children and teen agers. [ They are exposed to the sad truth and to the bitter facts of life. Divorce can make or break a future of an individual especially the children in the family. ] (More)
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A small juvenile gang composed of no more than 15 members has been active in the community recently. Their members have been linked to drug sales, assaults, thefts, and graffiti. The gang is multi-racial and appears to be led by a slightly older person who is about 20 years of age. what would you do to stop this
Weegy: Personally i would report this group to the police station for their caution and ask them to strength the security of the community. Once the group does something against laws they could be caught. (More)
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Weegy: College educated people also make more money . So money is less of an issue perhaps. College educated people may know how to communicate better, that is one skill taught in college. [ College educated people get married later in life, so they are more mature. ] (More)
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