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The drama of the gifted child: the search for the true self

Author: Miller, Alice Publisher: Perennial, 1997.Language: EnglishDescription: 136 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0465016901Type of document: Book Online Access: Click here Note: Tanoto: for 2012-2013 courses • Doriot: for 2016-2017 courses Bibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


The Drama of the Gifted Child The Search for the True Self Contents ACKNOWLEDGMENTS vii 1 THE DRAMA OF THE GIFTED CHILD AND HOW WE BECAME PSYCHOTHERAPISTS 1 4 8 14 19 24 The Poor Rich Child The Lost World of Feelings In Search of the True Self The Therapist's History The Golden Brain 2 DEPRESSION AND GRANDIOSITY: TWO RELATED FORMS OF DENIAL 27 27 28 30 33 34 37 40 The Vicissitudes of the Child's Needs Healthy Development The Disturbance The Illusion of Love Grandiosity Depression as the Reverse of Grandiosity Depression as Denial of the Self vi CONTENTS Depressive Phases During Therapy Signal Function Suppression of Essential Needs The Accumulation of Strong, Hidden Feelings Confronting the Parents 52 53 53 54 55 56 62 66 69 The Inner Prison A Social Aspect of Depression The Legend of Narcissus 3 THE VICIOUS CIRCLE OF CONTEMPT Humiliation for the Child, Disrespect for the Weak, and Where It Goes from There Working with Contempt in Therapy Damaged Self-Articulation in the Compulsion to Repeat 69 82 83 Perpetuation of Contempt in Perversion and Obsessive Behavior 85 "Depravity" as "Evil" in Hermann Hesse's Childhood World The Mother as Society's Agent During the First Years of Life The Loneliness of the Contemptuous Achieving Freedom from Contempt and Respecting Life AFTERWORD WORKS CITED APPENDIX INDEX 95 103 106 111 117 127 129 132

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