Author: Irene P. Stiver

This paper offers a relational model to explore dynamics in 'dysfunctional families'. Some of the salient characteristics of these families are identified, i.e., secrecy, emotional inaccessibility of parents, and parentification of children. Holocaust survivor, alcoholic, and incest survivor families are used to illustrate and identify salient characteristics which contribute to major disconnections

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