文献笔记|‘‘And Yet It Was a Blessing’’: The Case for Existential Maturity

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  • 题目:‘‘And Yet It Was a Blessing’’: The Case for Existential Maturity
  • 作者:Linda L. Emanuel
  • 年份:2017 年
  • 标签:死亡;

摘要

  • 死亡相关幸福感:existential maturity;概念及其心理动力学相关工作模型。
  • a state that is triggered by facing mortality, one’s own or others’, or from the culture or a combination.
  • 任何年龄,包括儿童,都有可能出现。
  • a type of steady state or dynamic integration of key aspects of a person’s being and of personal interactions—dyadic, in family groupings, and in community.
  • death is a central part of this balance.
  • That reality can be unspeakably painful, but it is also integrated with the rest of life and the greater world.
  • Existential maturity seems to start with confronting and figuring out how to think and feel about death.
  • It is often a ‘‘wordless state’’ in which people can feel deeply, terrifyingly alone.
  • One part entails taking in the experience by having feelings and thoughts about it.
  • The other part entails connecting this to an experience of relatedness; the sensation stays one of falling aloneness until someone (and/or perhaps some dialogic relatedness of an inner nature) can together create and hold some kind of understanding.
  • Oscillating / A holding presence / Finding expression
  • Facing mortality entails experiencing ultimate vulnerability.
  • “Regressing” to find capacity to adapt / Creating the internal structures / Doing the work / When the process does not complete
  • Resolving death anxiety, the death drive, fear of disintegration / Love and spiritual comfort / Psychological structures of existential maturity and existing theoretical constructs of the mind

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