This paper aims to extend and update reflections on the role, functions and adaptive capacity of the family in the face of highly stressful events, in order to recognize those abilities and resources that are proper to them. The transformations in family memory following the discontinuity of family experience, with particular reference to parenting are observed from the analysis of autobiographical and traumatic memory functions.The article analyzes the issue of family memory in the sense of identity, of family and socio-cultural belonging formation processes. We will highlight the central role of narration in family functioning anddescribe the transition from a conscious reflection narrative to a narration of resilient stories. Observing memory formation processes can detect the impact that narrative has on the representation of the self, of the family and of the sense of life.
|Numero di pagine||16|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2017|