lunes, 6 de octubre de 2008

Just when you mean to tell her that you have no love to give her

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The depressed person's therapist was always extremely careful to avoid appearing to suggest that she (i.e., the depressed person) had in any conscious way chosen or chosen to cling to her endogenous depression. Defenses against intimacy, the therapist held, were almost always arrested or vestigial survival mechanisms: they had, at one time, been environmentally appropriate and had served to shield an otherwise defenseless childhood psyche against unbearable trauma, but in nearly all cases these mechanisms became inappropriately imprinted and outlived their purpose, and now "in adulthood," ironically, caused a great deal more trauma and pain than they prevented.

DAVID FOSTER WALLACE: The depressed person

3 comentarios:

Alexander Glass dijo...

Una pena lo de DFG... Que talento echado a perder! Por desgracia, la depresión y el genio suelen ir muchas veces unidos. Por lo menos nos quedan sus escritos. A ver si un día me termino la de La Broma Infinita...

Anónimo dijo...

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http://www.temple.edu/rcc/NoteTaking/cornellnotetakingmethod.htm

Anónimo dijo...

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