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Author : Andrew P. Morrison
ISBN : 9781317771616
Genre : Psychology
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Morrison provides a critical history of analytic and psychiatric attempts to make sense of shame, beginning with Freud and culminating in Kohut's understanding of shame in terms of narcissistic phenomena. The clinical section of the book clarifies both the theoretical status and treatment implications of shame in relation to narcissistic personality disorder, neurosis and higher-level character pathology, and manic-depressive illness.

The Culture Of Shame

Author : Andrew P. Morrison
ISBN : 9781461631170
Genre : Psychology
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The author exposes the many masks of shame and examines the way it paralyzes us, individually and collectively. He draws on powerful case stories to illustrate the language and impact of shame and how it can be overcome.

Essential Papers On Narcissism

Author : Andrew P. Morrison
ISBN : 9780814753958
Genre : Psychology
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Narcissism has recently been the focus of debate among professionals, in large part due to the controversies surrounding the world of Heinz Kohut and Otto Kernberg. Yet much has been written about narcissism throughout the history of psychoanalysis and this carefully selected collection brings together the essential work on narcissism. The book first puts forth the major theoretical formulations - self-psychology, object relations, psychodynamics - and then explores diagnostic and therapeutic applications. The book offers landmark classic and contemporary contributions by authors such as Annie Reich, Heinz Kohut, Otto Kernberg, Alice Miller, Arnold Modell, and many others.

Der Blick Des Anderen

Author : Günter H. Seidler
ISBN : 3608940227
Genre : Psychoanalytic theory
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Transforming Shame

Author : Rev Jill Mcnish
ISBN : 9781317787426
Genre : Psychology
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Explore shame's revelatory and transformative potential within Christianity and the Church Learn to understand shame to allow for positive change in your clients and parishioners. This book explores psychological, spiritual, and theological aspects of shame and shame's transformative potential. It will help pastoral care givers and mental health workers to identify shame issues and become agents of healing. By examining shame in the gospel accounts of the life, ministry, and death of Jesus, it shows that shame is a vital part of what defines us as human, and how shame can draw us into the mystery of our relationship with God. From the author: “This book develops the thesis that shame is a necessary and ontological part of the human condition. Shame can become pathological, undergirding and dominating the entire personality, making it impossible to feel oneself either part of the collective or an individual in one's own right. Transformation of shame is a large part of the psychic meaning of the Christ event, what Christianity is about. Transformation of shame is the experience of grace. The great saints and icons of Christianity have used the Christ event to transform shame and experience grace. The more completely they have done this, the deeper their experience of unity with God.” With Transforming Shame: A Pastoral Response, you'll explore: the phenomenological meaning of shame the psychological meaning, implications, and etiology of shame shame in the context of scripture and Christian theology the methodology for contextualizing theories of depth psychology in theology and religious experience human defense mechanisms to shame shame's usefulness in coming to a deeper understanding of personal identity the role of the institutional church in helping its people find meaning in shame and experiencing the grace that comes from shame's transformation how to address the Church's role in fostering toxic shame With practical examples drawn from pastoral ministry and a thoughtful, interdisciplinary approach, this book will help you understand both the psychology and the spirituality of shame and make the essential connections between the two. Extensive references and a handy bibliography point the way to further reading on this fascinating subject.

Shame And Jealousy

Author : Phil Mollon
ISBN : 9781780497051
Genre : Psychology
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A volume in the Psychoanalytic Ideas Series, published for the Institute of Psychoanalysis by Karnac. Here, shame and jealousy are examined as hidden turmoils; as basic human feelings found in everyone but often suppressed and neglected. An unfulfilled need, unanswered plea for help, and failure to connect with and understand other people are all underlying causes for shame and feeling inadequate. Mollon argues that feelings of shame form an intrinsic part of the analytic encounter but 'astonishingly, this shame-laden quality of the psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic setting is rarely addressed.This lucidly written and much-needed volume explores the profound effects shame and jealousy can have on self-esteem and how this can eventually lead to a chronic condition.'In the gaps and clumsy steps in human intercourse, in the misunderstandings and misjudgements, in the blank mocking eyes where empathy should be, in the look of disgust where a smile was anticipated, in the loneliness and disappointment of inarticulate desire that cannot be communicated because the words cannot be found, in the terrible hopeless absence when human connection fails, and in the empty yet rage-filled desolation of abuse - there in these holes and missing bits lies shame. Shame is where we fail.'- Phil Mollon, from the Preface

Die Maske Der Scham

Author : Leon Wurmser
ISBN : 9783642804571
Genre : Psychology
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Eine spannend zu lesende psychoanalytische Studie, die Ihnen das therapeutische Werkzeug für Ihre Praxis liefert. o Aktuelle psychoanalytische Erkenntnisse o Ausführliche Falldarstellungen, zahlreiche Beispiele aus der Weltliteratur o Neu in der 3. Auflage: Kafka und Joseph Conrad "Wurmser wirkt überzeugend durch die Feinheit und die Schärfe seiner Beobachtungen, die Besonnenheit seiner Methodologie und die Reflektiertheit seiner Epistemiologie. Man kann dieses Buch nicht aus der Hand legen, ohne durch die Lektüre verändert worden zu sein. Das Studium dieses Werkes - eines beispielhaften Beitrags der modernen Psychoanalyse - bringt eine seltene Bereicherung mit sich." (Aus dem Geleitwort von André Haynal)

Identifying And Understanding The Narcissistic Personality

Author : Elsa F. Ronningstam
ISBN : 0198033966
Genre : Psychology
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Narcissists have been much maligned, but according to clinicians who study personality, there are many productive narcissists who succeed spectacularly well in life because they can articulate a vision and make others follow. Elsa Ronningstam, who has been studying and treating narcissists for 20 years, presents a balanced, comprehensive, and up-to-date review of our understanding of narcissistic personality disorder, explaining the range from personality trait, which can be productive, to full-blown disorder, which can be highly destructive. Through fascinating case histories, Ronningstam shows us the inner life of narcissists, the tug of war that exists within them between self-confidence and arrogance on the one hand and painful shame and insecurity on the other. It is the first integrated clinical and empirical guide to assist clinicians in their work with narcissistic patients.

Surprised By Shame

Author : Deborah A. Martinsen
ISBN : 0814209211
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Shame And Guilt In Chaucer

Author : Anne McTaggart
ISBN : 9781137039521
Genre : History
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Explores the representation of emotions as psychological concepts and cultural constructs in Geoffrey Chaucer's narrative poetry. McTaggart argues that Chaucer's main works including The Canterbury Tales are united thematically in their positive view of guilt and in their anxiety about the desire for sacrifice and vengeance that shame can provoke.

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