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Ongoing Relationships: Recounting a Lost Parent's  Life as a Means to Re-member - by Ron Nasim

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Nasim, R. (2007). Ongoing Relationships: Recounting a Lost Parent's Life as a Means to Re-member. Narrative Study of Lives. APA Books

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Abstract

In this chapter I present four narratives of individuals who lost a parent at an early age (9-15 years old) and whom I interviewed about 10 years after their loss. My main aim is to examine the various ways in which these individuals narrate the story of their parents as well as the impact of these narrations on their own self-defining life stories. I argue that within this process, one can observe and learn about the continuation of the bond with the deceased. I describe how re interpretations of the parents' stories enabled the children to widen the inner representation of the parent and, at the same time, describe how they struggled to define the way it fit or did not fit their own self-narrative. Through this description I use and expand the concept of re-membering (Meyrhoff, 1982). From this discussion I hope to draw the conclusion that the way people re-member their lost loved ones may change over time according to their changing psychological needs and that grieving individuals in general may strive for a right balance between continuing the bond and letting it go

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