EXPLORING THE MOTHER-FATHER-CHILD TRIAD
A FRESH INSIGHT ON THE ROOTS OF LATENT VIOLENCE
Abstract. This work examines the early childhood and pre-natal environment through a collection of multiple biographical and autobiographical resources which, in addition to containing personal memories, reconstruct transgenerational stories of the well-known historical personalities. Numerous works have already emphasized the mother-child dyad; this work emphasizes the importance of the mother-father-child basic triad. By exploring several archetypal cases, this study should also contribute to the understanding of the roots of self-destructive behaviors and the origin of violent feelings and thoughts.
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