Parental Bonding

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Depression, anxiety and stress are common in our society. They are normal reactions and can actually be beneficial in some situations but for some people these can become their suffering and have difficulty in controlling it and it may affect their daily life. Bonding between parent and child plays an important role in the healthy development of the child but in some cases it can lead to mental disorders. Early parental bonding forms an internal working model that is used as reference for later relationships and experiences. The present study will examine the relationship between parental bonding and mental health in university students by examining the three potential mediators that are depression, anxiety and stress, to understand the mechanisms…show more content…
It also indicated that the combination of low care and over-protection increases the risk of depression and low self-esteem in female adolescents. It concluded that the best parental behavior is characterized by the behavior through which adolescents get a feeling of freedom, love and protection. This study was done to improve the mental health of adolescents and the parent-child relationship and to educate parents about the positive or detrimental impacts of each behavioral pattern. Another study (Latiff, Tajik, Ibrahim, Bakar, & Ali, 2017) stated that adolescence is a vital period with great passionate changes. Passionate disarranges, for example, despondency, tension and stress is high among young people around the world; however the psychosocial changes are regularly ignored. Adolescents with shaky parental connection will probably have psychosocial issue. Depression, uneasiness and worry of teenagers are affected by the sociodemographic of adoleascents and their…show more content…
Similarly depression is negatively correlated to self-esteem among a nonclinical sample. Furthermore, parenting that is caring and encouraging of autonomy among young adults and adolescents was associated with higher self-esteem. Additionally, there is an association between shame and parental bonding. Furthermore, it suggested that shame is associated with the onset and development of depression among interview studies. Therefore, a secure parental attachment was found to be related to well being specifically self-esteem and insecure parental attachment was associated with of depression among adolescents and young adults. A similar study suggests that social support decreases the likelihood of depressive symptoms and that the relationship may be due to parental support in adolescence
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