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What do we learn about Michael’s weaknesses as the movie progress?
Controlling
Codependent
She turns independent
Loses his control over her
Does he in any way contribute to Alicia’s problems with alcohol? If so, how?
Doesn't throw out alcohol
Doesn't push her sooner
Enjoys sexual interactions
Using Curtis’ (Ch 8) family survival roles describe the family roles depicted by Michael and the two daughters?
Enabler: Michael
Jessica: older child, scape goat, lost child
Younger child: to young to know/understand
What are some of these characteristics? (Jessica focused)
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Project onto her early adolescence. Assuming Alicia does NOT stay on the path to recovery—what adjustment problems might Jessica experience? What issues might you expect her to present as an ACOA (Adult Child of an Alcoholic Curtis Ch 8.)
Avoid pain, lack of self identity. Unrealistic fantasies about life.
Lack of social skills. Inconsistent life. Feeling of not being good enough. No frame of reference to a healthy loving relationship. Insecurity. Abandonment, rejection.
Does Curtis (CH 9 ) suggest birth order can affect a family? Are Curtis’ notions on birth order evident in this family? explain
Finding a place in the family.
Over responsible, ex: caring for younger sister.
High expectancies.
Family hero role.
Scapegoat. (Answer to this question or 1st characteristics question?)