Adolescent runaways and family strife: a conflict-induced differentiation framework.


This paper explores the individual developmental and family system factors associated with running away. In the model presented, the ability of youth to successfully individuate is tied to the overarching tolerances for autonomy and intimacy that exist within the family system. Running away, in this perspective, is viewed as a conflict-induced effort on the… (More)


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