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We can see, then ,that each stage of the family life cycle involves defferent adjustments and new forms of learning. Although, inevitably, it doesn't fit every single family, identifying the different stages in this way has proved to be very useful for marriage guidance counsellors and other people who are either trying to help people to adjust to changes in their relationships, ore who are trying to do the adjusting themselves. Having said that, the number of modern families which fits this simple pattern is becoming increasingly few. Families break up and re-form with new members, single-parent families are increasing common, and people with grown-up children often find themselves in new relationships which involve bringing up much younger children. Models like Duvall's can be helpful, but they are not be any means the whole pattern of our life span family development. Insight The family life cycle model can help us understand the adaptations that parents must make. But modern families are not always so neat, with overlapping generations, stepchildren from previous relationships and other complications. So, relatively few families follow the pattern exactly the way that the theory proposes.

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それゆえ、家族のライフサイクルの各時期が異なる調整と学習の新しい形を含むことを、我々は理解することができます。 必然的に、それがすべての各々の家族に合うというわけではないが、このように異なるステージを確認することは、人々が彼らの関係の変化に適応するのを援助しようとしている、結婚指導カウンセラーや、自らが適応しようとしていたりする、他の人々に非常に役立つことがわかりました。 そうは言うものの、この単純なパターンに合う現代の家族の数は、ますますわずかになっています。 家族はバラバラになり、新メンバーで修復することになります、片親の家族は増加して普通になってきています、そして、成人した子供を持つ人々は、ずっと若い子供たちを育てることを必要とする新しい関係に自分たちがいることにしばしば気付きます。 デュバルのモデルのようなモデルは役立つ場合があります、しかし、それらは決して我々の生涯にわたる家族の発展の全部のパターンではありません。 洞察 家族のライフサイクル・モデルは、我々が両親が行わなければならない適応を理解するのに役立つ場合があります。 しかし、重なり合う世代、前の関係からの継子、その他の複雑な要素があって、現代の家族は、必ずしもそれほどきちんとしていません。 それで、正確に理論が提唱する様に、パターンにしたがう家族は、比較すれば、ほとんどいません。

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