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Unit 4 Social Influences on Health and Wellbeing. P3 M2 D2 Describe the influences that different types of relationships have on health and wellbeing of individuals. P3 Describe the influences of selected relationships on health and wellbeing. Marriage Divorce Bereavement Leaving Education.

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    1. Unit 4 Social Influences on Health and Wellbeing P3 M2 D2 Describe the influences that different types of relationships have on health and wellbeing of individuals

    2. P3 Describe the influences of selected relationships on health and wellbeing • Marriage • Divorce • Bereavement • Leaving Education

    3. Different types of relationships on individuals • Family: Consists of people we are related to by ties of blood, marriage, adoption, civil partnership or cohabitation. • How would you define the following? • Extended • Nuclear • Reconstituted • Single Parent

    4. Extended family • Any family larger than a nuclear family, which usually includes three generations: grandparents, parents and children. Family members saw each other frequently. • There are different types of extended family: • Matrilocal – living with or near to the wife’s family: a local saying was: “A son’s a son until he gets a wife. A daughter’s a daughter all her life” • Patrilocal – living with or near to the husband’s family • Neolocal – the couple set up their own home

    5. Extended family • How do families influence an individual’s health and wellbeing? • For example : • Self esteem? • Levels of stress and anxiety? • Men can dominate their wives • The mother/housewife role can be unsatisfying • The happy family image has a darker side eg domestic violence • Women’s choices can be limited eg staying single, being a single parent, having a same sex partner could be considered • Christmas arrangements • Have a strong support network for helping with family life • Support each other financially and help with the development of children

    6. Reconstituted Families • Reconstituted or blended families: a family in which one or both partners has been married or cohabited before, and has a child or children, creating step-relationships • If a relationship ends, children usually stay with their mother, so in most reconstituted families children live with their biological mother and their step-father. In 2008 around 40% of families with dependent children are reconstituted families

    7. Reconstituted Families • How do reconstituted families influence an individual’s health and wellbeing? • For example : • Self esteem? • Levels of stress and anxiety? • A new family provides an opportunity to form a successful family • However, they have a higher than average failure rate and a risk of conflict (between step-children and step-parent)

    8. Nuclear families • The nuclear family means just parents and children living together in one household. It is sometimes known as the two-generation family, because it contains only two generations of parents and children. In 2008, 37% of families lived in this type of family

    9. Nuclear families • How can nuclear families effect an individual’s health and well-being, self-esteem and levels of stress and anxiety? • Husband and wife may not be happy and only staying together for the sake of the children • Husband and wife have different roles – the breadwinner, “Englishman’s home is his castle”. • Men can dominate women • Women have fewer choices • Darker side – domestic violence • Although not every member may live near each other, they stay in regular contact via social network sites and phone

    10. Working relationships and influences on health and well being • Teacher/student • Line managers • What effects do they have on an individuals health and wellbeing eg self esteem, levels of stress and anxiety? • Could improve or worsen a person’s self-esteem depending on the expectations of the teachers/line managers are

    11. Social relationships and influences on health and well being • Friends • What effects do they have on an individuals health and wellbeing eg self esteem, levels of stress and anxiety? • Peer pressure to take part in certain activities?

    12. Intimate and sexual relationships and influences on health and well being • What effects do they have on an individuals health and wellbeing eg self esteem, levels of stress and anxiety? • Peer pressure to take part in certain activities?