Traduzindo o sintoma do bebê a partir das relações conjugais, parentais e transgeracionais
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DescriptionIn the face of changes in the marital relationship through history, the inauguration of the family, from the first born, these facts are affected by such changes, which can be communicated through somatic manifestations of the baby. It is noted that at the moment of the life cycle, family heritage that is transmitted by the families of origin, gains a lot of strength. Given the scarcity of studies on the early symptoms and jobs that encompass the vision of both parents for this moment of family life, it is necessary to understand this transition. Systemic theory will base this study, with the objective of this dissertation is to understand the relationship between marital, parenting and transgenerationality before psychofunctional baby symptom. We conducted two empirical articles, from qualitative research study of multiple cases of four heterosexual couples. Socio-Demographic Data Questionnaire and Clinical Family and questionnaire "Symptom checklist" were answered to identify criteria for inclusion in the study. After at least one parent realize psychofunctional symptom in your baby, the couple individually answered a semi-structured interview, in order to know, in depth, the participating couples. The second article also included the construction of the genogramby marital pair. It was observed that the marital entanglement is essential for marital and parental subsystem are satisfactory, which will be reflected in the parent-babies. Still, the couple's union strength helps in breaking the intergenerational legacy, which is transmitted by the families of origin. From this, the couple can receive his firstborn in a functional way, translating the failures appointed by little through your body, through the psycho functional symptom. To conclude, this dissertation constructed a guide for couples about to begin the transition to parenthood in order to contribute to this time of development, which deserves attention, given the importance of preventive interventions.