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(2018). Scenarios of Grandparenthood. IJP Open, 5:55.

(2018). IJP Open, 5:55

Scenarios of Grandparenthood

The term of grandparenthood was coined by the psychoanalyst P. Redler, to denominate the intrapsychic and interpersonal relationship between grandparents and grandchildren. Grandparenthood involves a specific relationship with specific conflict areas and with a process of development, named by this author “grandparenthood crisis”. In this “Grandparenthood crisis” grandparents have to cope with different experiences of mourning. The joys of being a grandparent help to compensate for this sorrows. For children, the figure of grandparents evolves during the development and implies diferent functions across each development stage. Despite the importance of grandparenthood in the family context, this is a topic poorly studied in Child Psychology. In this paper, we try to explore the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren. We emphasize the importance not only of the figure of the grandparents for the development of the child but also the importance of the relation with the grandchild for the grandparent in this stage. We also try to explore the subject of intergenerational transmission.

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