This paper aims at understanding the effects of bipolar mothers towards their siblings and, in particular, the communication breakdown towards the consequence it has on their bond. Lack of adequate communication realized from bipolar mothers results in children whose bonds with them are strained. I chose communication and subsequent bonding as major factors since they are essential in sibling maturity.
With the use of cross-national epidemiologic surveys, sampling can be used to determine the effect of administration as a positive treatment towards bipolar families and the responses noted. In addition, the results are then tabulated for analysis and measurement of effective application of the treatment on samples acquired at random.
The main strengths of the methodology are that it ensures there is first-hand data and relevant information according to the random sample chosen. In addition, it eliminates any marginal errors from assumption or historical basing of data acquisition. It also offers allowance for verification and future reliance through the same sample used for convenience. The limitation with the method of sampling is determination of the actual numbers, since the sample represents a fraction of the entire population, as well as incurred time and ease of response towards the study at the time. In addition, the trade-off can be incurred on the irregular treatment administered within the sample size.
The sample to be tested for random choosing is three thousand five hundred families within a similar location. The sample size is effective in management with the treatment administered without compromise of the similarity as well as time-saving. The sample size will be adequate for verification since the location chosen can be used for interpolation and actual determination of the recipients to the treatment.