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This paper discusses the phenomenon of bodily self‐attack and the intra‐psychic mechanisms that allow for such behaviors, which, paradoxically, may be life preserving. Bodily self‐attack may then be understood as a self‐rescue operation when self break‐up commences and annihilation anxiety...
This paper contrasts the accounts of mourning and the resolution of grief in the aftermath of the Shoah as portrayed in the memoirs of two men Elie Wiesel (1928–) and Leon Weliczker Wells (1925–). Each life writer grew up in an Eastern European shtetl, a traditional community, in which he was...
A crisis of vast proportions struck the global financial sector in 2008 and as the world watched in disbelief venerable financial institutions, thought to be “too big to fail,” collapsed and governments struggled to salvage what they could, individuals, the media and public authorities asked why...
This study examines differences in mothers' emotional connection to their children as represented in narratives concerning a range of everyday parenting activities and interactions. First time mothers were interviewed over a period of approximately the first two years of their children's lives,...
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