Adult Self-Esteem and Family Relationships : A Literature Review

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Title
Adult Self-Esteem and Family Relationships : A Literature Review
Journal
Swiss Journal of Psychology
Author(s)
El Ghaziri N., Darwiche J.
ISSN
1421-0185
1662-0879
Publication state
Published
Issued date
06/2018
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
77
Number
3
Pages
99-115
Language
english
Abstract
We conducted a literature review to examine the effects of self-esteem in the family context, selecting 40 studies exploring the associations between self-esteem, coparental relationship, parent-child relationship, and global family functioning. The research focused primarily on self-esteem and the parent-child relationship. The evidence indicates that parents with high self-esteem experience enhanced satisfaction with their children and exhibit more positive interactions with them. It was also found that parents’ high self-esteem is associated with less physical abuse and child neglect. Studies focusing on coparenting and family functioning are still rare, and more evidence is needed to establish robust conclusions.
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General Psychology
Web of science
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