Separation as a protective factor: homogeneous groups for parents

TitleSeparation as a protective factor: homogeneous groups for parents
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsMarogna C, Caccamo F, Locati I
JournalInterdisciplinary Journal of Family Studies
Date Published12/2012
PublisherPadova University Press
Place PublishedPadova, IT
ISSN Number2282-2011
Keywordsmarital breakdown, psychotherapy groups, violence against children

When there is an inability to restore a marriage covenant and it is out
of need that a particular bond is held, the gap that ensues involves the entire family
and the behaviors that spouses have may not be balanced and have consequences
for their children. The majority of separations are not the result of a consensual
desire, but in general one of the two spouses leaves the other, while one spouse
wants to exit the relationship, the other would like to continue it. Conflict is natural
and it is necessary for producing change, thus separation can be an opportunity
for transformation.Therapeutic groups can be a valuable support during this