dali48 and writing books and photographing tree blossoms etc...
08.11.2000 - Interpretation of dali48
The more difficult a loss in the adult age is - the deeper a separation in the present hurts, the greater the parents' love must have been in childhood - so that a man does not fall into the depression...
"Melancholia (depression) is a painful upset, a detachment of interest in the environment (the outside world)... - He (the depressive) knows e.g. not that he has lost the feeling for himself with the partner, because he denies himself in the fusion with the lost - The depressive takes on the detour via the self-punishment revenge on the original objects... - Own nakedness is exposing the other, self-aggression is enmity against the other - In this way, Freud also explains the riddle of suicide... - In mourning, the world has become poor - in depression it is the self - The depressed man loses himself to the lost, the open wound of depression attracts the stranger - and pushes off his own, because the depressed man is fused with the lost object of love - He becomes identical with his loss - and loses his own ability to love - His relationship has become nothingness - So he feels himself as nothingness (nobody)... - Against the supposed external pressure he gives back pressure - and he can not let go and let fall himself... (P. Schellenbaum)
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09/22/2011 - Interview with Author dali48 on Google +