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GENERATIONAL POVERTY = WHAT IS IT AND HOW TO OVERCOME IT

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OVERCOMING GENERATIONAL POVERTY

Poverty is not just a condition of not having enough money. It is a realm of particular rules, emotions, and knowledge that override all other ways of building relationships and making a life.

"Generational poverty" is defined as having been in poverty for at least two generations. It is important to recognize this time factor to be able to separate it from "situational poverty," characteristically understood as a lack of resources due to particular sets of events, i.e. a death, chronic illness, divorce, etc.

Generational poverty has its own culture, hidden rules and belief system.

 

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