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Pensando familias

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GUIRADO, Raquel Marques Benazzi  and  MOTTA, Ivonise Fernandes. Influences of transgenerationality on primigravidae pregnant women. Pensando fam. [online]. 2020, vol.24, n.2, pp. 46-60. ISSN 1679-494X.

In this work, transgenerationality can be seen as essential in the formation of the maternal identity and in all its psychic load, such as customs, ideas, values, traumas, bundles and secrets that involve the pregnant woman and that will have influences in the construction of this identity in constitution. Therefore, this work seeks to establish and determine the influences of transgenerationality in primigravidae mothers, by a semi-directed interview, which the content analysis was done. The selected pregnant woman has the grandparents of the child alive and present, both maternal and paternal, in order to differentiate the influence that each family has on this pregnant woman. From the interview, it is noticed that the pregnant woman suffers a lot of maternal influence, and indeed the presence, ideas and customs make the pregnant woman frequently abdicate her concepts to follow those of the family, which often brings frustration to the new mother, for not feeling free to play their maternal role in their ideal model.

Keywords : Primigravidae; Family heritage; Transgenerationality.

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