Family Relationships Worksheet

Families are the most vital unit structures that make up the society around us. Strong family relationships require a lot of communication, understanding, acceptance, encouragement, advice, comfort, and moral values.

Good family relationships give family members a safe and secure place to be themselves and learn about who they are.

There are different types of family relationships; marital, parent-child, grandparent, and sibling relationships, all influence well-being.

What Are The Theories Behind This Worksheet?

  1. Family Systems Theory

This theory of human behavior defines the family unit as a complex social system in which members interact to influence each other’s behavior. Moreover, family members interconnect, allowing us to view the system as a whole rather than as individual elements. 

  1. Family Therapy

This type of psychotherapy focuses on improving family relationships and behavior. It addresses specific issues affecting the health and functioning of a family.

How Will This Worksheet Help You?

This worksheet will help families create strong bonds, learn how to relate better, and find a way to connect mentally and emotionally with each other.

How Should You Use This Worksheet?

Families should use this worksheet to establish respectful ways of dealing with family issues and concerns, resolve conflicts, learn to work as a team and find ways to enjoy each other’s company.

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References

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Favourite Homes. (© 2023). IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS. Available at: https://www.favouritehomes.com/importance-family-relationships/. [Accessed March 11, 2023]

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Raising Children Network. (© 2006-2023). Positive relationships for families: how to build them. Available at: https://raisingchildren.net.au/grown-ups/family-life/routines-rituals-relationships/good-family-relationships. [Accessed March 11, 2023]

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SEARHC. (© 2023). Six Ways to Keep Your Family Strong. Available at: https://searhc.org/six-ways-to-keep-your-family-strong/. [Accessed March 11, 2023]