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By Søren Kierkegaard

A spouse piece to The thought of Anxiety, this paintings maintains Søren Kierkegaard's radical and complete research of human nature in a spectrum of probabilities of lifestyles. current here's a extraordinary blend of the perception of the poet and the contemplation of the philosopher.

In The illness unto Death, Kierkegaard strikes past nervousness at the mental-emotional point to the religious point, where--in touch with the eternal--anxiety turns into depression. either nervousness and melancholy replicate the misrelation that arises within the self whilst the weather of the synthesis--the countless and the finite--do now not come into right relation to one another. melancholy is a deeper expression for anxiousness and is a mark of the everlasting, that is meant to penetrate temporal existence.

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She was starting to feel hopeless about her ability to have children after having “failed” three attempts with intrauterine insemination (IUI) and was considering an in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle at her reproductive endocrinologist’s suggestion. We worked together with her husband to identify the challenges and hopes connected with pursuing IVF, particularly her concern that she would need to expend the most physical and emotional energy, but wanted to know that he would remain supportive, even when her depletion meant she “might not be so nice and caring” as she usually is.

Foote and Frank (1999) assert that postmodern meaning-making narrative approaches provide more promise for resistance to disciplining of grief, at least until they too are institutionalized and become a form of policing grief. Meaning-Making and Grief Although Vicktor Frankl is most associated with Man’s Search for Meaning (1946/1984) and White and Epston (1990) are most associated Chapter 1 Introduction 15 with the application of meaning-making and storytelling via narrative therapies, Robert Neimeyer is perhaps the best known for application of these concepts to grief theory and intervention.

Almost immediately, their findings were questioned. ” Concerns about stage theories and their susceptibility for being approached as a recipe for grief, with the implication that they are applicable to all, remain. A recent classic comes from the work of Therese Rando (1993). Although framed as processes the bereaved go through rather than stages, Rando continues the paradigm that individuals move through 12 Grief and Loss Across the Lifespan similar phases (whether stages or processes) that are fairly universal.

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