par Platteau, Geneviève
Référence Cahiers critiques de thérapie familiale et de pratiques de réseaux, 34, 1, page (35-52)
Publication Publié, 2005
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : The crisis of our democratic society unbalances the parental function that looses its marks. The education becomes "democratic", based on the equalitarian principle. Numbers of parents consults because they feel themselves unable to handle behavioral difficulties of their children. Parents don't impose any limits as they are not convinced of their usefulness. Therefore, feelings of being "lovable", "good" parents and of educating an "ideal" and happy child as expected by our society, are reinforced. Frustration and conflicts are avoided and the differentiation process is minimized. The child grows up without any "internal guide" as if intergenerational boards do not exist.