A Hypothetical Family Health Promotion Assessment Introduction The Morrison family is a perfect example of family members who are impacted by death at a young age and make several well-meaning but very misguided decisions. In this paper I will apply the framework outlined by Friedman, Bowden and Jones (2003) to the Morrison family in the novel Crow Lake. There is a very complicated conflict in this family and two major and interrelated mistakes are made by Luke and Matt which eventually cause Kate to have a damaged relationship with the family. Assessment will be made at the points of those errors. The two assessment categories most relevant for promoting this family’s health are family functions and family stress, coping, and adaptation....The end:
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