The Abusive Parent
One or both parents have a history of an offending (words and action) form of child abuse. The abusive behaviors are either physical (beating, slapping, punching or sexual) or non-physical (verbal and emotional abuse) [3–9].
The Strict Controlling and or Authoritarian Parent
One or both parents have a history of being a controlling parent (fails or refuses to give their children space to flourish) by not allowing them to make their own choices or decisions appropriate to their age. The parents are usually driven and motivated by unexplained horror and refute any children choices and decision for themselves.
The children will eventually feel resentful and hold inadequate power to think appropriately or make their own personal decisions.
The Soft Parent
One or both parents are intentionally or unintentionally soft parents (Unsuccessful in setting rules, regulations and boundaries in the household).
The large and Extended Families
A parent can’t give attention to cover all the family’s wants and needs; correspondingly they will have conflicting guidance from extended families.
Personality Disorder in Family Members
Late diagnosed personality disorder in one or both parents will eventually affect normal family dynamics.
A chronically Sick or Disabled Child in the Family
Any sick child in a family will have a detrimental effect on all family members, and then family care automatically shifts to sick children, whereas the needs of others are ignored.
Unfortunate Life Events
Events that negatively influence family dynamics are a parent’s affair, divorce, trauma, death and sudden job termination.
Family Values, Culture and Ethnicity
This usually causes negative effects on the beliefs of families in cases such as gender roles, parenting practices, and the power of each individual family member.
Insecure Nature of Family Attachments
Secure feelings have a positive effect on the family dynamic; in contrary, insecure feelings will harmfully affect family dynamics.
Dynamics of Previous Dysfunctional Generation
Previous dysfunctional families always have a toxic effect other family generations.
Systematic Stability and or Instability
Such as social, economic, political and financial factors, these factors positively or negatively influence the nature of the family dynamic.
The Deficient or Absent Parent (Parental In adequacy)
One or both parents are purposefully or in advertently deficient, parents as they fail to act appropriately or neglecting their children’s physical or emotional needs (e.g. parent suffering from mental/psychological disease and not capable to provide the child’s needs) [6,10].
The children will, ultimately, take a parent’ role and the responsibilities (unofficial caretaker) of their younger siblings.
Substance Abuse and or Addicted Parent
One or both are intentionally or involuntarily have a substance abuse or addiction. The family’s life is usually unpredictable and unsuccessful by addicted parents. The hazy rules of the addicted parent will weaken his ability to fulfill promises so the parent will neglect both the physical and emotional needs of their children. The affected vulnerable children from addicted parents are at high risk of either child abuse or future sexual exploitation.