Topics: Family, Problem solving, Problem Pages: 9 (2561 words) Published: March 6, 2013


A Research Paper Presented to Mrs. Dinah L. Mission,
English – IV Teacher


In Partial Fulfillment of the
Requirements in English-IV


Em Chafari Talamo Cajes
Jessa Mae Caba Avila

February 2013


Apart from the efforts of me and to my partner, the success of this project depends largely on the encouragement and guidelines of many others. We take this opportunity to express our heartfelt gratitude to our Almighty God for given us this successful project and for the strength that keeps us standing and for the hope that keeps us believing that this project would be possible and more interesting and the people who have been instrumental in the successful completion of this project. I would like to thank Mrs. Dinah L. Mission and to our practice teachers for their tremendous support, to our adviser Mrs. Cherlita Bilbao to help us and exemplary guidance, monitoring and constant encouragement. And to our family who always there for us to share moral and spiritual support especially in our financial needs to make this project successful. And lastly to our friends and classmates for help us.

The Researchers


This Research Paper is dedicated for our family to supporting us to make this project successful, and to our friends who also there for us to support and inspire us and to our god our creator for giving us strength. We also dedicated this topic to those students who have their own problem about their family for them to know how it does affect to their performances and to help them to enlighten their minds.

The Researchers


Em Chafari M. Cajes
Jessa Mae C. Avila
High School Researchers, SMCT

The Family is an essential factor for a human’s whole-being, everything about a man, his background, attitude, all of his achievements, his honor and dignity, relies on the structure of the family a man lives in with. A family is composed of a father a mother and their offspring, bonded by their love for each other.

Here in the modern age a family could be two things, complete or broken. A broken family is believed to be a cause of a child’s mislead in life, some people give it as the main reason of the rebellious and unclear acts of children. School, another factor which meld us on becoming successful, but how will it make us successful if we can’t focus.

Many articles and support the issue that broken families affect the child’s performance, attitude and self-esteem. They show statistics that broken families affect much of the child’s emotional and spiritual being, that it greatly distresses the child’s education. The study was conducted on teenagers age 13-16. These ages are the most effective, cause at this age, a person discovers how to confront the problems, and he learns how to live with it. They also establish their own personality at this age, so the researcher took advantage of this factor, because by this, the researcher can see how much a person is affected by this king of problems, if there are other factors which counter the problems he/she faces. Some might use friends and other stuff to forget things and focus on studies.

Chapter 1
Background of the study
There is no such thing as the perfect family. Every family is unique with its own combination of strengths and weaknesses. Sometimes families get overwhelmed by what seems like an endless list of challenges when it comes to juggling work, school and individual family members' needs. And sometimes families are blindsided by a huge upheaval such as a mental or physical illness, a job loss, or an addiction. Even "joyful" events such as a wedding, a job promotion, or a financial windfall can disrupt a family with unexpected consequences....
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