The Breakfast Club

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The Breakfast Club related to social health in many ways. Different aspects of social health appear throughout the movie. For example the characters were from different types of homes, communicated/acted differently, and formed different relationships. Each character in the movie communicated in different ways. For example,Claire and Brian communicated completely different. Claire was blunt and had no problem saying what was on her mind but Brian on the other hand always thought before he spoke and was usually influenced by the people around him on what to say. The fear of letting Brian's parents down/the pressure his parents put on him was evident. John for the most part communicated his feelings passive aggressively and gave off the impression he didn't care about what happened to him. His issues at home (abusive father) effected him majorly because to others he wanted to come off as the "tough/rebellious guy." Allison was very self conscious and mainly kept to herself she was that way because her parents neglected her. Allison had the hardest time communicating her feelings. A reason for this was she was never taught how to. Andy felt that he had to be one of the popular kids and had to bully others to seem cool because his dad had done that in high school.Andy/Claire both had issues sticking up to their friends and went with the flow. All of the characters had different social issues they had to deal with. The Breakfast Club showed many different aspects of social health and many we have learned about in

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