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Model of the original family as a determining factor for starting a romantic relationship in the population of adolescents
Follerová, Noemi ; Šulová, Lenka (advisor) ; Kučerová, Andrea (referee)
The model of the original family has a major influence on the personality development and the psychosexual role of an individual. These forms of transferring in form of imitation appear at the beginning of a child's life. A child is born into an environment which is shaped by both mother and father equally. Their partnership is a primary interpersonal experience, it determinates the first years of a child's life and forms child expectation from interpersonal relationships. Findings in this area show that in many features we cannot behave differently from how our parents have taught us. Identifying with their role is the easiest way for us, especially if the characters of our parents are impressive and their mutual relationship is a positive example to us. Their parenting style and their emotional engagement influence the child's perception of its parents. A parent of the opposite sex is the child's pre-figure which is the key to choosing a partner for life. Research in this area is rather an exception, which may be due to the changing nature of relationships in adolescence. The first partnerships occur during adolescence. However, some studies show that the adolescent view on partnership has the characteristics that are expected by adults as well. It has been found that this view is also influenced...

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