Even after separation or divorce are both parents, namely father and mother for children, the – broken – family Frankfurt am MAIN to the international day of families on 15 may each year the self-help group PAS Frankfurt it draws attention, that even after separation or divorce continues to both parents to the broken-family. They branded the emerging concept of the one-parent family”as a rationalization and justification for parents child alienating misconduct. The international UN resolution A/RES/47/237 since 1993 introduced the day of families reflects the importance of the family and is prompt, to improve the understanding of the functions, problems, challenges, and needs of the families. In principle, one can say that a family becomes a family, if there is a child. For more specific information, check out Gagosian Pivots. It starts with a (married) couple, that a child receives. Then, children leave their parents and start a new family by their own children. Remain part of their own Urfamilie, children then, the term covers even about generations of family.
Family is the term for a unit. Before a separation, the children form a unit together with the parents. The parents split up then there no longer is this unit, the family is broken. Instead of this just to leave and to accept that you took something the children, is desperately an artificial construct attempts to create order to cover so the maladministration, the one-parent family”is proclaimed. For whom? Not intended for children. For them an honest discussion would ensure more: adults, such as parents, would be ready the maladministration, i.e.
the loss of Urfamilie, to accept as maladministration youth and educators, then would they help children to feel their feelings and learn to cope. Instead, the instance of maladministration to the lucky case explains children could appreciate happy now, because for example the quarrels between the parents have stopped. Some children get to the their alleged happiness even of the State an extra rest given by court order and with the energetic support of the Youth Welfare Office, a parent is right just sorted out. This parent is irrelevant anyway, since it has no longer a child, and should be so therefore no longer part of the family. And these children have celebrated on the coming Sunday, the international day of the family, her family? What family? Oh, right, the family in the form of the remaining parent, the one-parent family”. There the suspicion arises that these families – as already suggested the term – the parent in the foreground is in and not the child that the family only makes to the family. Breakups are dramatic for children, but go nothing to learn not to. We can help them by being ready to perceive their views and respect. Authors: Anja Paulmann, Thilo Madden