We present the readers with the next volume of Current psychosocial problems in traditional and novel approaches prepared by research workers from the Institute of Psychology at the Kazimierz Wielki University and cooperating specialists from other universities.This volume is devoted to three worlds of human life: the world of intimate relations, the world of mind and the world of communities, large and small. The first world is created by close interpersonal relations between husband and wife, between family members and between teachers and pupils. The effects of turbulences in the life of adults on their own development and development of children are also analyzed. A painful problem of mothers serving prison sentences with their children is touched. The significance of social groups in supporting of young people coping with developmental problems is discussed. The volume offers some theoretical and empirical considerations related to our mind: the possibilities of concentration training, imagination and creativity development in children.The authors of the texts compiled in this edition are concerned with all aspects of close relations that lead to the appearance of attachment bonds, vital for individual and social development, success in life in general, including success at school. Emotional and ideological closeness determines the effectiveness of coping with challenges and difficulties. In the life of young people much depends on the conditions of entering adulthood and resources provided by the closest developmental environments, first of all the belief in one’s agency, ability to create oneself and one’s life path and ability to take responsibility for one’s decisions.