Diario di una schizofrenica

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  • Paperback
  • 147 pages
  • Diario di una schizofrenica
  • Marguerite Sechehaye
  • Italian
  • 20 July 2018
  • 8809046951

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Diario di una schizofrenica Un classico della psicoanalisi Il caso clinico pi perturbante e commovente dell ultimo secolo Diario di una schizofrenica riferisce l esperienza vissuta dal malato e mostra tutto ci che si mascherava dietro le manifestazioni e i sintomi della schizofrenia Questo libro costituisce un duplice documento Un documento scientifico giacch la descrizione del decorso e della cura di una grave malattia mentale l apparizione progressiva dei successivi sintomi, le fasi di parziale remissione, le tappe della faticosa normalizzazione, raggiunta attraverso un procedimento psicoterapeutico originale di grande importanza sia teorica che pratica Ma anche un documento umano la descrizione della malattia infatti opera dell ammalata stessa, Ren e, che la racconta come una propria drammatica vicenda spirituale Si scopre cos una vita sentimentale che le apparenze erano ben lontane dal far supporre e che estremamente ricca d insegnamenti Un opera poetica , cos ha definito questo libro Cesare L Musatti, suscettibile di risvegliare elementi nascosti che sono in ognuno di noi Download Diario di una schizofrenica – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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8 thoughts on “Diario di una schizofrenica

  1. Cooper Cooper says:

    This is the story of Ren e, a young Swiss woman suffering from schizophrenia At age five she first began to experience what she called Unreality Initially Unreality happened only occasionally, as when her playmates suddenly seemed to swell or shrink until she didn t recognize them, or when the nearby school took on the aspect of a prison, or when the local valley seemed to stretch like an endless desert suffused with a brilliant, oppressive light In time, however, Unreality appearedoft This is the story of Ren e, a young Swiss woman suffering from schizophrenia At age five she first began to experience what she called Unreality Initially Unreality happened only occasionally, as when her playmates suddenly seemed to swell or shrink until she didn t recognize them, or when the nearby school took on the aspect of a prison, or when the local valley seemed to stretch like an endless desert suffused with a brilliant, oppressive light In time, however, Unreality appearedoften andintensely, causing in Ren e an unbearable electric tension and the Fear of impending doom Here is how she later described Unreality It was in the course of t...

  2. Jen says:

    I learned a whole lotta nothing regarding formative ego mechanisms in the psychotherapy of a schizophrenic Huh What There was something about apples and then suddenly Renee is healed on page 89 On the positive side of things I found this book in the bottom of a box of old records ...

  3. Bri Fidelity says:

    Worth reading and re reading for Renee s chilling, carefully drawn descriptions of her increasingly eerie inner world The recreation period at school was often a source of the unreal feeling I kept close to the fence as though I were indeed a prisoner and watched the other pupils shouting and running about in the school yard They looked to me like ants under a bright light The school building became immense, smooth, unreal, and an inexpressible anguish pressed in on me I fancied that the Worth reading and re reading for Renee s chilling, carefully drawn descriptions of her increasingly eerie inner world The recreation period at school was often a source of the unreal feeling I kept close to the fence as though I were indeed a prisoner and watched the other pupils shouting and running about in the school yard They looked to me like ants under a bright light The school building became immense, smooth, unreal, and an inexpressible anguish pressed in on me I fancied that the people watching us from the street thought all of us prisoners just as I was a prisoner and wanted so much to escape Sometimes I shook the grating as though there were no other way out, like a madman, I thought, who wanted to return to real life.For the street seemed alive, gay and real, and the people moving there were living and real people, while all that was within the confines of the yard was limitless, unreal, mechanical and without mean...

  4. Erika says:

    The story of Ren e, a girl suffering from psychosis, and how she was treated with a modified psychoanalytic method After identifying the deprivations Ren e experienced in early life Sechehaye started working using Piaget s Stages of Cognitive Development and Freud s Stages of Psychosexual Development to achieve a better, healthier outcome of the development stages and overcome the original frustration that lead to her Ego s disintegration A very demanding method, but apparently a successful on The story of Ren e, a girl suffering from psychosis, and how she was treated with a modified psychoanalytic method After identifying the deprivations Ren e experienced in ear...

  5. Sarah Leatherwood says:

    The first part of the book was great It was the actual memoir from Renee that delved into her mind as a schizophrenic I skimmed through the last 40 pages or so because all it contained was the case notes from her psychoanalyst It was really jarring to go from this deeply personal account to...

  6. Joseph says:

    this was a book written by a very insightful woman girl it s almost strange how she captured the nature of her illness her analyst amazed me at her process with the patient the explanation at the end about the patient s ego disintegration was interesting and made me feel like i wa...

  7. Rose Rodriguez says:

    Written from the perspective of a young girl losing her grasp on reality, this may a difficult read to follow along at times In itself, though, it is a bit therapeuticnot just for those with schizophrenia, but any other debilitating...

  8. Christian says:

    While I m sure the girl s account of her experience is by all means accurate it wasn t necessarily interesting, which I suppose she can t be faulted for The analysis at the end of the book seemed a bit dated and perhaps a bit too Freudian, which was disappointing All in all it just wasn t for me.