Reclaiming A Legacy of Tenacity: From the Resiliency Construct to Honouring a Familial Story of Colonial Occupation and Survival
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The author presents a deconstructive literature review of the resiliency construct and draws on postmodern philosophical ideas to reflexively critique theories of resiliency. An autoethnography of the author‘s familial legacy of strength is also performed. Implications for the praxis of therapeutic conversations as well as psychological research are examined.