Demonstrating the Survival of a Child in a Renovated Family
Keywords:family, divorce, survival of a child, step parents.
Our research is concentrated on not enough scientifically examined topics. We focused on qualitative research through which we examined four children from divorced families growing up in the new family. Aim of our research understands the child's survival and development of knowledge about how divorce can have an impact on child development and subsequently how the child receives a new foster parent. To collect data, we selected research methods such as drawing families, drawing enchanted families, unfinished sentences test, test and test family relationships manifest anxiety. The results show, that the majority of children problems arise with the acceptation of new partner parent. Constantly yearn for the return of the biological parent.
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