Emperor syndrome and its affection in the family nucleus

Lorena Bodero Arízaga

Abstract


Introduction. This syndrome is called OCD (Dominant Opposition Disorder), where characteristics of violence and sovereignty are observed before others. Objective. In the present study we analyze the behaviors that are linked to the Emperor Syndrome and the affectation in the family nucleus. Materials and methods. The methodology is analytical, it is based on a theory and then a study of the observation of causes and effects to establish an understanding of their behavior. A case is presented with its antecedents, peculiarities and intervention. Results The interview with the parents was essential to reach conclusions of the affectation in the home. Discussion Parents should exercise their role as true parents, in a home where standards, values, education and bonds of affection prevail.Conclusion. The correlation of information served to establish possible solutions in the family environment.

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Violence, sovereignty, family environment, affectation.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31876/er.v3i27.552

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