Chronic strain in familial relations
Factors of chronic strain in familial relations have a higher value as indicators than the absence of the father (or the separation of the parents). These can exist in a systematic lack of awareness/attention and support, or through a climate of irritability and aggression (violence) and more. It is not seldom that these are connected with drug abuse or psychopathologies of the parents. When the children enter puberty, detach themselves and join peer-groups, these factors often lead to conflict-ridden dynamics of escalation and overexertion within the family. The more this is the case, the more likely it is that the children choose peer-groups with an affinity for violence and extremism.
Below narrative passages show how chronic strains in familial relations are connected with the violent-extremist lifestyles of the sons and daughters.

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