Factors Of Family Resilience

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Promotional factors of family resilience The factors and processes associated with the successful adaptation of the individual despite the difficulties, the hardships and dangers of playing an important role in the development of resilience (Masten, as referred to Masten & Monn, 2015). To help children grow up healthy under an environment must meet some basic requirements such as proper care, nutrition, opportunities for learning and satisfactory economic and social resources. The driving forces in order to develop properly a person must include internal capabilities such as problem solving and external sources such as a good teacher or a good school system (Masten & Monn, 2015). Families are themselves an environment that can give too much…show more content…
We therefore have a wide social network, to work so that they have the necessary financial resources to offer the family the necessary goods and finally possess a house, a community security and health care system ((Britto, Engle, & Super , as referred to Masten & Monn, 2015). however, many of the processes that promote the welfare and family development and child, including the interaction of the family system with other systems such as society and different cultures. For example, a family's economic development enables to improve its resources and its opportunities. in particular, families with sufficient financial resources have public safety, affordable housing and libraries, which help children to grow up in a more protective environment (Akee , Copeland, Keeler, Angold, & Costello,…show more content…
The society provides the family daily services but is very important in everyday life, such as clean water and school. Religious, governmental and non-governmental organizations, in critical times is very important for the durability of both the family and the child. Typical examples are natural disasters and war where the resistance of the child and the family interacts with other socio-ecological systems (Masten & Narayan,
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