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This course features a debate component within the Discussion Boards

As you reflect on your time at Phishy pharmaceuticals, you decide it is time to move on with your career. You have always wanted to start your own restaurant business and be an entrepreneur. As an entrepreneur, you must decide whether the business should operate as one of the major forms of business organization, sole proprietorship, general partnership, limited partnership, limited liability company or corporation or under other available legal business forms

Your selection depends on many factors including the ease and cost of formation, the capital requirements of the business, the flexibility of management decisions, government restrictions, personal liability, tax considerations and the like. You must choose one of the major forms of business that is best for your business (For the assignment you should not choose a sole proprietorship for your business entity). In your initial discussion board post, you must address each of the following

The defining legal characteristics of your business entity

The advantage and disadvantages of your business entity

The operating agreement required by your entity

Why that entity choice is the best for your business

It is known that children with disorders have poor development process. Apart from being hypersensitive, these children have impulsive behavior and require proper care if they are to achieve a quality life. Disorders such as autism and Pediatric bipolar disorder have no cure thus the parent plays the major role in providing the needs of the child throughout his lifestyle (Estes et al., 2013). Attainment of quality life and any form of development is dependent on the nature of the parent-child relationship. Despite this knowledge, many cases of difficult parent-child relationship are reported in families dealing with children with disorders. Some challenges have been presented that interferes with the ability of the parents to develop a good parent-child relationship with the child regardless of the difficulties involved. A discussion of the challenges is advanced in the next section.

The environment of a family dealing with an autistic child or a child suffering from bipolar disorder is different from that of a normal child. A higher level of dysfunction is reported among the families dealing with children with disorders. The dysfunction is associated with personal interactions in a distressed environment (Borden et al., 2016). The stress of having a child with behavioral and emotional setback implies a change in the family environment. Cases of conflicts are likely to be evident as the parents struggle to accept the situation. Also, families dealing with a child diagnosed with any form of a disorder are less involved in social and active recreations. The environment observed in families dealing with the children with disorders does not give a suitable platform for the development of a good parent-child relationship with the affected child.