The graphic representation of Arnedo's family relationships is shown above.
A genogram is made up of simple symbols that signify gender and different lines that depict familial links. Some genogram users also draw circles around family members who share living quarters. A complicated word processor or a computer graphics application can be used to create genograms. Additionally, there are computer applications specifically intended for genograms.
One of the benefits of a genogram is the ability to describe multiple sorts of relationships using color-coded lines, such as family links, emotional relationships, and social interactions. You can show if a pair is married, divorced, common-law, engaged, etc. inside family relationships.