Table of Contents

YOUR FAMILY YOUR FUTURE

PART ONE: GETTING STARTED

You, Your Family, and Stress:

Stress -- @a child's perspective:

signs of family stress

You, Your Family, and Low Self-esteem:

Low Self-esteem -- a child's perspective:

signs of low self-esteem

You, Your Family, and Depression:

Depression -- a child's perspective:

signs of depression

You, Your Family, and Mental Illness:

Mental Illness -- a child's perspective:

signs of mental illness

You, Your Family, and Learning Problems:

signs of learning problems

You, Your Family, and Social Problems (ONE):

signs of social problems (one)

You, Your Family, and Social Problems (TWO):

signs of social problems (two)

You, Your Family, and Value Problems:

signs of value problems

You, Your Family, and Abuse:

Abuse -- a child's perspective:

signs of abuse

PART TWO: FAMILY FUNCTIONING

Figure One: getting along

TJ'S Family:

What's wrong with TJ's family?

Tools & Shortcuts:

Figure Two: individual risk

Marital Risk:

Figure Three: marital risk

Practicing Assessing Marital Risk:

Parent Risk:

Figure Four: parent risk

Getting Along Risk:

Figure Five: getting along risk

Relationship Risk:@

Communication Risk:

Problem Solving Risk:

Decision Making Risk:

Scoring Getting Along Risk:

PART THREE: DYNAMIC UNDERSTANDING

ONE someone to talk to

Risk Points:

TWO coming back home

Risk Points:

THREE from bliss to bad outcomes

Risk Points:

FOUR who gets Jess?

Risk Points:

FIVE i'll bet my lawyer can whip your lawyer

Risk Points:

SIX a second chance

Risk Points:

SEVEN no one took Jess

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