Edited by Ritch L. Sorenson
Chapter 11: Summary of dialogue: using communication and family practices to develop social capital
A family seems like a stable place, but life happens, which causes uncertainty or change. As one participant noted, you may have a family situation where everything is going along fine, including rituals and shared communication. Then a major change happens in the family, such as medical issues, disruption occurs, and this leads to destructive tension. So, in their words, “How do you upright the ship?”
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