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The Paris Review -- Forty-Five Things I Learned in the Gulag
'I realized that the feeling a man preserves longest is anger. There is only enough flesh on a hungry man for anger: everything else leaves him indifferent. -- I discovered that the world should be divided not into good and bad people but into cowards and non-cowards. Ninety-five percent of cowards are capable of the vilest things, lethal things, at the mildest threat. -- I learned to “plan” my life one day ahead, no more.'
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7 days ago by adamcrowe
The Trauma of Facing Deportation | The New Yorker
In a seventy-six-page guide for treating uppgivenhetssyndrom, published in 2013, the Swedish Board of Health and Welfare advises that a patient will not recover until his family has permission to live in Sweden. “A permanent residency permit is considered by far the most effective ‘treatment,’ ” the manual says. “The turning point will usually be a few months to half a year after the family receives permanent residence.” The guidelines draw on the Israeli sociologist Aaron Antonovsky’s notion of a “sense of coherence.” Mental well-being, Antonovsky theorizes, depends on one’s belief that life is orderly, comprehensible, structured, and predictable. Antonovsky suggests, as Freud did, that psychological illness is born of narrative incoherence, a life story veering off course.
uppgivenhetssyndrom  Sweden  depthpsychology  depression  trauma  deportation  child  psyche  psychosomatic  somatic  somatic_psychology  spreadthis 
12 days ago by bdwc
Understanding how our brains react to can help make sense of how we process the and…
thoughts  trauma  memories  from twitter_favs
12 days ago by mkelso
Have You Ever Seen Someone Be Killed? - The New York Times
nearly half of all inmates have seen someone killed - it's not a closed definition of "perpetrator" and "victim": many are both
psychology  parenting  kids  trauma  ptsd  crime  prison 
26 days ago by emmacarlson
RT : “For , is too often the elephant in the exam room and the reality of patients’ lives.” –…
trauma  from twitter
4 weeks ago by erikpupo
YouTube -- [Alain de Botton]: How Our Childhoods Affect Our Adult Lives
'Without anyone meaning for this to happen, we've all come through childhood bearing a distinctive range of emotional scars. The task is to understand what these are, counteract their worst effects on our moods and actions – and explain them in a good natured and patient way to people close to us.'
psychology  childhood  trauma  defencemechanisms 
5 weeks ago by adamcrowe

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