Narrative of a drug user's daughter: impact on family daily routine

Lúcia Margarete dos Reis, Catarina Aparecida Sales, Magda Lúcia Félix de Oliveira
2017 Escola Anna Nery  
Objective: To understand the repercussions of coexisting with the drug use in a family based on the daughter's narrative of a woman who is a multiple drugs user. Method: A case study with a family accessed in 2014, through the records of a Poison Control Center in the North of Paraná. It was used a semi-structured interview and field journal, and resources of thematic oral history to apprehend the story, from the question "How is/was for you and your family to live with a mother who is a drug
more » ... her who is a drug user?" Results: The daughter's memories emphasized repercussions in the family context: long-term of living with drug abuse; absence or transience of the motherly figure, with rupture processes for homeless situation; cycle of parental disruption/forgiveness and continued presence and fatherly support. Final considerations: The narrative indicated a family that could be added to the process of rehabilitation and social reintegration of the female drug user.
doi:10.1590/2177-9465-ean-2017-0080 fatcat:jhcyaq6sn5dt5npjr7n7b3llfe