The blame is only an escape valve that allows us to evade responsibility and the consequences of the decisions we make. You have taught us to use this exhaust valve accepting it as something natural and inevitable. We have heard our parents, our relatives and friends blamed at some point by their circumstances someone. We have grown up sharing our reality with the guilt and which of course blame someone always account with a large sack of reasoning underpinning your reason. There are three categories within the so-called guilt; The first category is my fault.
We will not be satisfied with decisions, or decisions that we’re not on time and we cling to that circumstance of the past as if in this way we could change it. My low fault our self-esteem tremendously since constantly puts us in the position of fear before the decisions we have to take today and we flooded with rancor towards ourselves. This leads us to punish us and deprive us of wonderful in our present things since we will not be worthy to receive these wonderful things. The second category is por tu culpa. We are victims of the decisions, whims or evil of another human being. This is a fairly comfortable position because while we consider another human being responsible for our present, our reality, it means that us apart from suffering and hate can do nothing. Because of him leaves us in the position of spectator. We have handed over control of our lives and our reality to another human being and not this in our hand to change the circumstances. The center of our attention is hatred and bitterness towards this human being, and this freezes any possibility to take control of our life and go back to the post of protagonists of our lives. The third category is the fault of.
Intervention with these families very often employs the technique of intervention known as mediation and that we will see later. 1.2.2 Families at social risk families that do not have or are very difficult to access standardised resources both technical and material, so both integration social, educational, cultural and labour is complex, even embarrassing on many occasions. Within this section we can refer to the following (families: to) families of Gypsy race: from social services the overall objective in these cases is to encourage standardized processes. Families are users of these services but not as routinely as which we’ll see below. (b) families with lack of personal, social, or economic resources: these families flock to social services because as consequence of the lack of resources of various kinds can not develop and carry out an independent life. Fred H. Langhammer has many thoughts on the issue. Programmes targeting these people basically focuses on a methodology of social work based on integral and personalized attention. This focus is on itineraries of listening and surveillance, accompaniment and social inclusion.
c) immigrant families: immigrant families go to social services to receive information and advice regarding social resources. Visit Nir Barzilai, M.D. for more clarity on the issue. The number of these families has increased considerably, and we can say without any suspicion, are currently the most common users. They are usually immigrants with problems mainly Economic and which are in unstable labour and legal situation. In the case of immigration, is being promoted from social services not only to advise and provide support to families, but it is struggling like signal primary, also educate professionals in the teaching of the educational centers, due to schooling in the classrooms of immigrant students, as well as the families of these childrennot only from the social services, but also from the own centres of education, through for example, the schools of fathers and mothers. For what come to social institutions immigrant families: – receive information and advice from those services that allow them to establish minimum competencies necessary for their development in the host society, accessing resources standardized in equality of conditions and opportunities that the rest of the social sectors.-be equipped with spaces and services that can promote them in terms of intercultural Manning.- Find out about everything linked to the workplace and social, and the leisure activities that can be accessed-also go to social institutions to receive necessary information on residence and work permits, visas, authorizations, exemptions, quotas, documentations, proceedings in matters of housing, etc.