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eBook Shame and Pride: Affect, Sex, and the Birth of the Self ePub

by Donald L. Nathanson M.D.

  • ISBN: 0393311090
  • Category: Mental Health
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Donald L. Nathanson M.D.
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company; 44583rd edition (March 17, 1994)
  • Pages: 496
  • ePub book: 1344 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 486

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Shame and Pride is an impressive achievement. Nathanson establishes a solid and systematic foundation for the modern study of affect, much as Erik Erikson accomplished for identity and ongoing development throughout the life cycle. A rich and rewarding experience.

Shame and Pride is an impressive achievement. Richard P. Kluft, . Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Temple University School of Medicine. This is a revolutionary book about the nature of emotion, about the way emotions are triggered in our private moments, in our relations with others, and by our biology.

Shame is the least understood of the painful emotions, although it affects every phase of life

Shame is the least understood of the painful emotions, although it affects every phase of life. We have all been made to feel foolish just at the moment we most wanted to appear wonderful; we have all been rebuffed by those we wished to court. Not one of us looks exactly as we might wish. Shame haunts our every dream of love, and influences how we experience ourselves as sexual beings قراءة التقييم بأكمله. بعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات.

by Donald L. Nathanson, .

Shame and Pride book. Shame-humiliation is similar to to dissmell and disgust in that it interferes with the positive affects (rather than drives) when they are at their. Shame exists to modulate the positive affects interest-excitement, and enjoyment-joy. Shame is a highly painful mechanism of inner tension that operates to pull us away from whatever might interest us or make us content. It is an impediment to something we had wanted or enjoyed or which excited or pleased us.

Shame - Now I understand! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. Shame and Pride: Affect, Sex, and the Birth of the Self This is the most readable and cogent explanation of shame to those of us born and bred with that heritage, not knowing it was not the norm for sense of self and relationships. Excellent! I read it in 1992 and am rereading it and sharing it with those who live with the taint of shame.

Drawing on every theme of the modern life sciences, Donald Nathanson shows how nine basic itement, enjoyment-joy, surprise-startle, fear-terror, distress-anguish, anger-rage, dissmell, disgust, and t only determine how we feel but shape our very sense of self. For too long those who explain emotional discomfort on the basis of lived experience and those who blame chemistry have been at loggerheads. As Dr. Nathanson shows, chemicals and illnesses can affect our mood just as surely as an uncomfortable memory or a stern rebuke.

Nathanson, Donald L. (1992), Shame and Pride: Affect, Sex, and the Birth of the Self, New York: . Norton, ISBN 0-393-03097-0. Tomkins, Silvan S. (1962), Affect Imagery Consciousness: The Positive Affects (Vol. 1, ch. 9), New York: Springer, ISBN 0-8261-0442-8

Nathanson, Donald L. 9), New York: Springer, ISBN 0-8261-0442-8. a b Nathanson, Donald L. (1997). A Goal is an Image" (PDF). Bulletin of the Tomkins Institute. 4: 1–4. ^ Kelly, VC (1996), "Affect and the redefinition of intimacy", in Nathanson, DL (e., Knowing feeling: Affect, script, and psychotherapy, New York: .

In-text citation : (Nathanson, 1992). Oxford, England: Blackwell. Book by 8 or more authors List first six authors, then three ellipsis points, then the final author’s name. In-text citation: (Olweus, 1993). Title of publication. City and state or country of publication: Publisher. Engberg, . Dugan, J. Haworth, . Williams, . Kelly, . Johnson, . Navigating the complexity of higher education in preparation program administration. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. In-text citation: (Engberg et a. 2009).

Shame and Pride: Affect, Sex, and the Birth of the Self электрондық кітабы, Donald L. Nathanson. Бұл кітапты компьютерде, Android және iOS құрылғыларында Google Play Books қолданбасы арқылы оқуыңызға болады. Shame and Pride: Affect, Sex, and the Birth of the Self атты кітапты офлайн режимінде оқу үшін жүктеп алыңыз, мәтінді бөлектеңіз, бетбелгі қойыңыз және белгілеңіз.

This is a revolutionary book about the nature of emotion, about the way emotions are triggered in our private moments, in our relations with others, and by our biology.

Drawing on every theme of the modern life sciences, Donald Nathanson shows how nine basic affects―interest-excitement, enjoyment-joy, surprise-startle, fear-terror, distress-anguish, anger-rage, dissmell, disgust, and shame-humiliation―not only determine how we feel but shape our very sense of self. For too long those who explain emotional discomfort on the basis of lived experience and those who blame chemistry have been at loggerheads. As Dr. Nathanson shows, chemicals and illnesses can affect our mood just as surely as an uncomfortable memory or a stern rebuke. Linking for the first time the affect theory of the pioneering researcher Silvan S. Thomkins with the entire world of biology, medicine, psychology, psychotherapy, religion, and the social sciences, Dr. Nathanson presents a completely new understanding of all emotion.

Comments

Iraraeal Iraraeal
Did you know that shame is a dampener to happiness and excitement and that it is triggered when we desire and expect something and that something that we want is interrupted? Neither did I!
I first started reading this book a year ago and put it down because it was so long and drawn out. I recently picked it up again and I am 70% of the way through the book. I will say that the book is verbose and sometimes eloquent, but it is also filled with brilliance and a deep understanding of what underlies shame, which keeps me turning the page. I value my time and I tend to avoid books that are flowery and unnecessarily wordy. I want the book to get to the point. While I find this book to be wordy, I endured and continued reading because there were so many deep insights into shame that very much deepened my understanding of the roots of shame and how it affects all of us, often unknowingly. I think that this book is a hidden gem of insight and knowledge. It is a long read, but worth the time. It's amazing how shame is at the root of so many behaviors from anger, to shyness, to narcissism, to co-dependence, to avoidance, to depression and to our unwillingness to explore our unconscious (which is a storehouse of shame that we have refused to deal with).
Whitebeard Whitebeard
I'm not saying nothing in here is interesting or of value. But, it lacks editing. I found it extremely dull. EXTREMELY dull.
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Great
Mozel Mozel
Simply wow. I usually don't buy books in print anymore but this one was really worth it.
As it brings together and overtakes other modes of thinking about human psychology, this one really opened me up to the unseen omnipresence of shame and how it controls our actions.
I may have become a little more free thanks to this book.
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Very interesting but quite technical.
Bil Bil
A book that changed my life. Changed and saved my life I often say. Now who am I to say that and why pay attention to me? I am a "Family Doctor" who from the very beginning decided to take his trade seriously and try and treat the family and the whole person. We, as few realize, are able to prescribe all the psychiatric drugs available and are expected to recognize and at least refer, if not treat, major and minor psychiatric illnesses. The need is great for this kind of care. Look around you. I had always been interested in the psychiatric side of care but felt much was lacking and was always teaching myself.

Despite reading many "Great Books" when people ask me what the most important book in my life is I have to say it is "Shame and Pride" by Donald Nathanson because not being 2/3 through it I knew my practice of medicine would forever change. Through his clear and precise prose he taught me and brought me into the world of Silvan S. Tomikins and began to introduce me to the never ending exploration of the concept of shame as Tomkins defines it. It captures so much of our essence in a brilliant contribution summarizing much of shames influence in our life in what is called the "Compass of Shame." Equally importantly, for my part, he introduced me to the world of "interest" as a full blown emotion.

Most importantly we are left with a work not specifically on mental heath and its intricacies but on the human being. Tomkins produced a theory of the human being. This being the case one quickly sees how this new way of seeing can be applied with great benefit to any area of life.

Brian Lynch, M.D.
Family and Addiction Medicine and Author "Knowing Your Emotions"
Chicago, Ill
Samugor Samugor
This can give in depth explanation for some of the possible reasons an individual may feel shame and can be a strongly assistive tool in understanding what behaviors may be in accompaniment.
Outdated, ridiculous Freudian stuff. There’s no recent books on Shame written. Will have to wait till the topic comes in hour again. Until then skip this.