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He too observed that the loss of an important relationship was a significant
element in the patient's life history. For both men and women, Greene said, the
greatest loss was the death or threat of death of a mother; or for men, a "mother
GETTING WELL AGAIN We have just described the psychological steps we have
identified and observed in a patient's becoming ill. It's important to appreciate that
many of these steps occur unconsciously, without the patient's awareness that ...
(We have often observed that vinelike, entangling symbols and fingerlike
projections generally represent fear.) In working with Betty, it became clear to us
that in addition to being more aware of her fear of dying, and particularly of dying
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This book profiles the typical "Cancer personality": how an individual's reaction to stress and other emotional factors can contribute to the onset and progress of cancer--and how positive ... Läs hela recensionen
The Individual and
The Search for the Causes of Cancer
The Link Between Stress and Illness
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Getting Well Again: The Bestselling Classic about the Simontons ...
O. Carl Simonton,James Creighton,Stephanie Matthews Simonton
Begränsad förhandsgranskning - 1992
Getting Well Again: A Step-by-step, Self-help Guide to Overcoming Cancer for ...
Oscar Carl Simonton,Stephanie Simonton,James Creighton
Fragmentarisk förhandsgranskning - 1978