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Our society views some families as toxic. In them, children fail to thrive or become overtly ill in a variety of ways. When the children get far enough from the norm in physical, mental/emotional or social symptoms, or parental abuse or neglect comes to light, society's way of trying to lend a hand to the child is to remove the child from the home.

The initiative described was an attempt to resist the usual anti-parent, pro-cutoff tendency often prevalent in societal agencies that deal with children. In a community residential treatment setting the staff intentionally tried to assist families and adolescent daughters to bridge their actual, potential and developing cutoffs. The results supported a hypothesis derived from Bowen family systems theory that as people lessen their cutoff postures their symptoms improve. 16 pages, 2001 Our society views some families as toxic. In them, children fail to thrive or become overtly ill in a variety of ways. When the children get far enough from the norm in physical, mental/emotional or social symptoms, or parenta
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