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address the use of applying of past experiences to present problems.How does parent-child relationship and interaction with peers affect future adult relationships?
Parent-child relationships are typically the first relationship that a child enters into, and so moulds a lot of the child's expectations and interpretations in relation to social interactions. This mould, or initial framework, will then meet a resistance when peer relationships come into play that wasn't there during the parent-child relationship simply because that framework will have physical structure in the brain which will need to be altered and starting from scratch is simply not an option in this case. Whats more, the parent-child framework will determine how initial interactions with peers are interpreted, and so will be in directly in effect during the first phase of peer socialising and indirectly so following this period. Adult relationships are subject to similar resistances, but also the brain has matured at this stage to a point where many expectations and interpretations are nearly impossible to alter and also the brain is predominantly myelinated and so it is difficult for it to adapt and grow due to this physical restraint.