Map of Hochdorf on After the war, Fillmore supported President Andrew JOHNSON’s conciliatory approach to Reconstruction and tended to support Democratic Party policies. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Robert G. Ferris, The Presidents (Interpretive Publications, 1977); Robert J. Raybach, Millard Fillmore (American Political Biography Press, 1992); Robert J. Scarry, Millard Fillmore (McFarland, 2001). MICHAEL J. Map of Hochdorf 2016.
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Detailed observations of all family members emotional responses and activities over an extended period of time enable researchers to describe the patterns of emotional transmissions in the family. Daily diaries and experience sampling methods family members report their activities, interactions, and feelings yielded a picture of how family members influence each others moods for hours and sometimes for a day. Reed Larson and David Almeida summarize a series of studies to understand how feelings spread through the family and conclude: family feelings are often transmitted by one person in one direction without a reciprocal response from the other person parents negative feelings are more likely to be passed on to children than positive feelings a powerful person’s anger may lead to feelings of anxiety and vulnerability in a less powerful person fathers feelings have the most impact on family members; fathers express feelings to mothers who accept them, and to children who also accept them fathers bring stress home from work and negative feelings spill over on to all family members. Creating Closeness through Understanding and Expressing Feelings married and single mothers appear better able to contain stress from work and are less likely to bring stress home from work depressed feelings are more likely to be expressed to marital partner than anxiety, and depression in one partner is likely to depress other partner’s positive feelings marital conflict spills over onto relationships with children; fathers marital dissatisfaction is more likely to color parent-child relationships than mother s marital distress; single mothers do transmit negative feelings to their adolescent children who experience anxiety and anger when families have resources and members are not stressed, they are less likely to transmit negative feelings when justified reasons exist for negative feelings, like irritability caused by physical illness, family members stop the transmission of negative feelings when stressed mothers have time alone to relax and restore their energies, they do not pass on negative feelings to children The patterns of emotional transmission in families suggest ways to help families minimize the transmission of negative feelings. For example, developing resources that provide emotional support and reduce stress reduces the transmission of negative feelings, and later in the travel we describe supports that help all families.