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Impersonal intimacy

the story of an adolescent"s psychotherapy as viewed by both the patient and the therapist

by Norma G. Norriss

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Published by Sahuaro Press in Scottsdale, AZ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teenage girls -- Mental health -- Case studies.,
  • Psychotherapy patients -- Diaries.,
  • Psychotherapist and patient -- Diaries.,
  • Psychotherapists -- Diaries.,
  • Mental illness -- Patients -- Diaries.,
  • Adolescent psychotherapy -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Norma G. Norriss.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ503 .N67 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination247 p. ;
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL713943M
    ISBN 100966006607, 0962082368
    LC Control Number97092519

    However, when the impersonal Truth is moving most spontaneously and freely within us, there is a sense of deep intimacy with all things. Such intimacy is possible because we are no longer divided from life, the Totality that is our true body. In deep awakening, there is a movement of love, and an intimacy . Later, intimacy may threaten the adult’s sense of autonomy or identity, or he or she may feel invaded, engulfed, controlled, shamed and/or rejected. A person may feel both abandoned if his or her feelings and needs are not responded to, and at the same time, engulfed by the needs of his or her partner.

    For nearly thirty years, Dr. Schaumburg has been involved in pointing people away from sexual sin to restored intimacy with God and others. He is the author of False Intimacy: Understanding the Struggle of Sexual Addiction, the first book on the subject from a biblical perspective, and Sexual Redemption. Married forty years to his wife Rosemary. Get this from a library! Lost intimacy in American thought: recovering personal philosophy from Thoreau to Cavell. [Edward F Mooney] -- Offers a critique of rationalism in contemporary American thought by recovering a lost tradition of intimacy in American philosophical writing. --

    Creating an impersonal NHS? Personalization, choice and the erosion of intimacy. which suggest that personalization based on choice may adversely affect standards of care by eroding the qualities of intimacy at the heart of the care process. More radically, the introduction of the Choose and Book service gave outpatients the chance to.   This is the generation of impersonal intimacy and achingly self-conscious expression. Sometimes there's more to it than vanity, I think. We want to hear what you think about this article.


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Impersonal Intimacy But I do not know that ultil now. I started to read Krishnamurti’ books and then go through Ramana Marharshi and Maharaj.

Grace has been bringing me to your writings. It hit me so strongly by its clarity. In this way the body looses its exclusive ‘me-ness’ and become impersonal like the world, and the world. Finally, in a reading of Socrates’ theory of love from Plato’s Phaedrus, Bersani and Phillips call for a new form of intimacy which they term “impersonal narcissism”: a divestiture of the ego and a recognition of one’s non-psychological potential self in others.

This revolutionary way of relating to the world, they contend, could lead 4/5(3). Practiced here is an intimacy that explores the regions of impersonal co-existence where losing the self expands the capacity to love. This a beautifully crafted book, one that underscores how the social life of the psyche is a matter of risk, wager, suspense, excitation, bodies, talk, and all manner of things both dangerous and sustaining.

Impersonal intimacy, I suggest, is formed not as a personal relationship to humans or indeed things, but is a kind of intimacy generated through the mundane repetitions of the everyday.

Impersonal Intimacies: Echoes of Bataille in Ian McEwan's On Chesil Beach, Jill Marsden \ "Dear Osama": Trauma, Kindness and Impersonal Intimacy in Chris Cleave's Incendiary, Reina van der Wiel \ Breast Cancer Autopathographies: The Law of the Body and the Body of the Law, Helen Thomas \ Bibliography \ Index.

– Carol Moldaw in The New York Review of Books, Febru Carol Moldaw’s poetry navigates intimacy and politics through subtle shifts in tone and the tug of the line.

I used the phrase “the impersonal intimate” — which was the note I was trying to strike. Sex with intimacy is the engine that makes a relationship sing.

Impersonal intimacy book Lack of intimacy and sex means that the relationship is being held together by something unhealthy—perhaps fear. Dean and Bersani see this as “unlimited intimacy,” and it is the impersonal aspect that gets the latter’s attention.

He sees barebacking (especially as portrayed in the film Plantin’ Seed, although Bersani takes no interest in the presence of a camera or in the film itself as.

Below are four dimensions of intimacy, based on my book: "7 Keys to Long-Term Relationship Success". Physical – Hugging, kissing, caressing, cuddling, holding, and other forms of physical affection. In her fourth book—a gorgeous call-to-arms in the face of our current social and political conditions—Lisa Olstein employs her signature wit, wordplay, candor, and absurdity in poems that are her most personal—and political—to date.

Like a brilliant dinner conversation that ranges from animated discussions of politics, philosophy, and religion to intimate considerations of motherhood. The hyperpersonal model is a model of interpersonal communication that suggests computer-mediated communication (CMC) can become hyperpersonal because it "exceeds [face-to-face] interaction", thus affording message senders a host of communicative advantages over traditional face-to-face (FtF) interaction.

The hyperpersonal model demonstrates how individuals communicate uniquely, while. Pluralist Universalism: An Asian Americanist Critique of U.S. and Chinese Multiculturalisms by Wen Jin is an extended comparison of U.S. and Chinese multiculturalisms during the post–Cold War era.

Her book situates itself at the intersection of Asian American literary critique and the growing field of. THE SEVEN LEVELS OF INTIMACY – MATTHEW KELLY – 2pg summary Intimacy is the mutual self-revelation that allows us to know and be known.

Intimacy is the mutual sharing of the journey to fulfill our life purpose – to become the-best-version-of-ourselves. CLICHES – the first level of intimacy is impersonal.

Each deserves comfort, touch and intimacy. To lose the ability to connect with other persons, to become impersonal is doubly regressive. First you lose the hearts and souls of the relations, and second you suffer the self-recrimination of recognizing the deafening and deadening of your own spirit.

An early review in The New York Times notes Stockett's "affection and intimacy buried beneath even the most seemingly impersonal household connections" and says the book is a "button-pushing, soon to be wildly popular novel". The Atlanta Journal-Constitution said of the book: "This heartbreaking story is a stunning début from a gifted talent.".

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Olivier, who teaches Tantra, coined the term “transpersonal intimacy,” which I appreciate as a distinguishing reference to intimacy that may be quite impersonal. For example, I spoke at a conference where I asked hundreds of people to turn to the person sitting next to them and gaze deeply into the eyes of the “Inner Pilot Light” of the.

Life is impersonal. The choices others make and the way you feel about them has nothing to do with what is right and what is wrong. Everything that is happening, no matter how unpleasant it appears, appears in freedom. It has no preference for your desire of whether or not it should appear.

The law. Impersonal intimacy, I suggest, is formed not as a personal relationship to humans or indeed things, but is a kind of intimacy generated through the mundane repetitions of the everyday.

It provides the conditions in which mobile digital. In The 7 Levels of Intimacy, author Matthew Kelly defines intimacy as the mutual self-revelation that allows us to know and be known. He suggests that. We have so many more interesting things to talk about.” She never understood the appeal of casual sex.

It seems so impersonal. Shouldn’t that level of intimacy be part of a relationship? Otherwise sex was just as romantic as passing gas.” Excerpt from The Friendship List by Susan Mallery I received a copy of this book at a reader /5(9).Get this from a library!

Scenes of intimacy: reading, writing and theorizing contemporary literature. [Jennifer Cooke;] -- Scenes of Intimacy analyzes the representation of acts and relationships of intimacy in contemporary literature, the affect this has upon readers, and the.

Sexual intimacy, something designed to be a bonding, sacred, and personal experience between a married couple (hence the very term “intimacy”), has become commonplace and impersonal. It’s near-impossible to turn on a television program without hearing crass jokes, and today’s music charts overflow with songs glorifying lustful sex.