Application FormStep 1 of 137%Concerning Category Communication Problems Conflict Resolution Trust issues Financial Conflicts Cultural and Religious Differences Parent-Child Conflicts Substance Abuse and Addiction Stress and Mental Health Issues. Divorce and Separation Lack of Boundaries Sibling Rivalry Loss and Grief Caring for Ageing Parents Socio Demographic DetailsAgeYour age10 – 2020 – 3030 – 4040 – 5050+Gender Identity Male Female Gay/Lesbian TransMarital Status Married Cohabiting Engaged Committed RelationshipLiving Arrangement Living Together Long Distance Living Apart Prefer not to disclose How would you describe the communication patterns within your family? Good Fair Bad How does your family typically handle conflicts ? By addressing the issue By arguing about it By ignoring the issue How safe you feel within your family? Very safe Somewhat safe Don’t feel safe at all How often do you spent time with your family? Frequently Sometimes Rarely How do you take decision within the family? We all discuss it and then take the decision Elders of the family takes the decision One person takes the decision How satisfied you are with the way you express yourself with your family and they respond? Almost always Some of time Hardly ever How would you rate current financial status? Good Fair Bad How respected you feel within your family? Almost always Some of time Hardly ever How resilient you think your family is? Almost always Some of the time Hardly ever How would you rate your families health? Good Fair Bad HiddenScoreHiddenNameHiddenEmailPositive Family Relations:You are in a family relationship where there is a sense of harmony and strong bonds among everyone. Your family might be the greatest strength and is your safe space. The communication among everyone is open and effective, trust and support are unwavering, and conflicts are resolved with empathy and compromise. Which is a good sign that you can depend on your family during your time of distress. The quality time that is spent together tends to foster deep emotional connections, creating a secure and supportive family environment.Tips for enhancing the familiar relationships further:Continue practising open and honest communication. Encourage family members to express their thoughts and feelings.Create family traditions or rituals, whether it’s a weekly game night, Sunday brunch, or an annual vacation.Show gratitude and appreciation for each other regularly. Simple gestures like saying “thank you” or leaving positive notes can go a long way.Share household responsibilities and tasks fairly among family members. This fosters a sense of teamwork and equity.Challenging Family Relations:It might be extremely difficult for you to be in a family where there is a lack of harmony and strong interpersonal bonds. You might not feel like spending time with the family members as the relations are not strong enough, which ultimately leads to boredom and relationship constraints. Lack of effective communication might be frustrating leading to constant conflicts in the house. All these might ultimately lead to reducing the amount of quality time spent with the family members contributing to the vicious cycle.Tips for making the relationships better:Create a safe space where everyone can express themselves, without the fear of being judged.Practise active listening when family members share their concerns or emotions.Learn and apply healthy conflict resolution skills. Avoid escalating arguments and focus on finding compromises.If the family dynamic is particularly challenging, consider family therapy or counselling.Accept that change may be gradual, and not all family members may be willing or able to change immediately.Encourage forgiveness and the ability to let go of past grievances. Holding onto grudges can perpetuate negative patterns.Challenging Family Relations:You tend to be in a family relationship which is doing average in terms of harmony and interpersonal bonds. There might be occasional disputes, but that tends to be resolved soon without causing much chaos. The communications, though not so deep, tend to be functional enough. The conflict resolution might vary according to the context. Some issues might be resolved sooner than others. The time spent together might not be consistent and deep enough to make it your safe space.Spend more time with everyone engaging in deeper level conversation, providing everyone a safe space to express themselves.Show gratitude and appreciation for each other regularly.Go for a family outing or picnic to know more about each other’s likes and dislikes.Consider talking to a family therapist, if required.