What Is a Family Tendency? Home World View Social Sciences Psychology. What Is a Family Tendency? A family tendency relates to the presence of a disease or condition in the parents or grandparents of an individual. This statistically increases a person's likelihood of being affected by the same condition.
In my opinion family tendencies can be both biological and social. Our family has the tendency to gain weight in no time. Similarly in old age people get diabetic.Both the trends are interlinked with the tendency to over eat and over stress. Socia...
Some family tendencies are: the tendency to argue (or not to argue); the tendency to help each other (or not to help each other), the tendency to eat meals together (or not to eat meals together ...
Nevertheless, there are some common behavior patterns. The list below contains descriptions of some of the more common traits of people who suffer from personality disorders, as observed by family members and partners. Examples are given of each trait, with descriptions of what it feels like to be caught in the crossfire.
I'm from (place of birth and family ancestry) (2 food items that represent your family) From the (specific family story about a specific person and detail) The (another detail of another family member) (location of family pictures, momento's, archives and several more lines indicating their worth)
A family trait is a genetic likeness that is passed through parents' genes to their children. Most specific traits are passed directly from one parent. Genetic disorders are also traits that can be passed from a parent to a child. According to Scientific American, traits that are passed down to children can be dominant or recessive.
Dysfunctional behavior can be easy to slip into for even the most well-functioning families. While the temptation to avoid these issues can be strong, addressing them head on can actually strengthen your family ties. Whether you are a mere observer, or involved in your family’s dysfunctions yourself, here are a few tips to identify and tackle ...
To introduce myself to new readers, I thought I would re-post an exercise I did from a previous blog with a couple of small updates. The poem below is an idea that I saw on a friend's blog. Speaking of "Where I'm From", Kathy and her husband Scott are also a former colleagues of mine from InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Note: The…
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A family tendency is something that is passed down in your family, such as medical problem (asthma, cataracts, etc.). I hope this has helped you. Cas. Answered by Anonymous on 16th September, 2009. Report This +1. 11-1.