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Protective factors of primary family on future romantic relationships
Mimrová, Anna ; Čáp, David (advisor) ; Kalousová, Zuzana (referee)
Primary family is one of the key factors in predicting satisfaction and stability in future romantic relationships of children. Part of this bachelor thesis is dedicated to variables of primary family. First variable mentioned in thesis is quality of romantic relationship between parents and quality of parent-child relationship. Satisfying relationship between parents and with parents creates safe environment in which can child develop properly, learn to communicate and it also functions as model of ideal romantic relationship. The next imporant thing in child development is the presence of siblings, and the sibling constellation. Another variable is child attachment to parents, which in the future influences attitude and behavior in romantic relationships. Last but not least are parenting styles in primary family, that can affect if and how will children reach their full potential. In a research proposal I present a retrospective study which aims to identify ways of behavior that were present in primary family and helped develop stable and satysfying romantic relationships in adulthood.

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