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The parent–adolescent relationship and the emotional well–being of adolescents
(North-West University, 2009)
It is well known that adolescence is a difficult stage of development, involving various aspects of development, namely biological, cognitive, social and emotional development. More recent research indicates that the ...
Family psychosocial well–being in a South African context
(North-West University, 2012)
“The family is the building block of society. It is a nursery, a school, a hospital, a leisure centre, a place of refuge and rest. It encompasses the whole of society. It fashions our beliefs; it is the preparation for the ...
African female adolescents' experience of parent–adolescent relationships and the influence thereof on their well–being
(North-West University, 2010)
Adolescence is a phase that includes substantial physical, social and psychological changes (Department of Health, 1999) and is considered to be a psychologically turbulent and emotional period in a person’s life (Strong, ...