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Pathologies of Separation: Family Chopping, Parental Mobbing, Parental Alienation Syndrome

Rossella Marzullo ()
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Rossella Marzullo: Economy, and Humanistic Studies, Italy

RAIS Conference Proceedings 2021 from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies

Abstract: Separation, even in the hypothesis where it unfolds on a non-conflictual basis, creates a serious vulnus in the life of an individual and in his family history, because it generates an empty space in the sphere of the identity of each partner, built over time within of the relationship. In union dissolution, as well as in adolescence, people are passed through by feelings of loss and disorientation that are overcome only when they are able to process them and reintegrate them into the new identity. The separative experience is therefore an experience of crisis that, if is managed in the persistence of the conflict, can have a very negative impact on the psycho-physical well-being of the children. Some authors have highlighted that post-separation conflict has worse effects on children than that which precedes separation, since the former presents itself as a destructive conflict, characterized by hostility, aggression and negative feelings and is resolved less frequently, putting more the adaptive capacity of minors to their new condition as children of separated parents is at risk.

Keywords: separation; conflict; pathological relationship; children prejudice (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 8 pages
Date: 2021-03
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Published in Proceedings of the 21st International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, March 1-2, 2021, pages 9-18

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