Friedman Family Assessment Model for the Morrison Family


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Friedman Family Assessment Model for the Morrison Family 
Death can have a range of impacts of individuals and families. Since death can have such major impacts on families a number of tools have been developed to assess the health of families dealing with death. One of the most common tools used to assess the health of families is the Friedman Family Assessment Model(FFAM).
In this essay the FFMA will be used to evaluate the health of a family in a work of fiction. The work of fiction is Crow Lake by Mary Lawson. Even though this is a fictitious account the Morrison family provides a good case for applying the FFMA. There are 6 assessment categories. We will use two of these assessment categories. The assessment categories that will be...
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