Posts Tagged ‘ trauma ’

Increasing sleep time after trauma could relieve negative effects – FOOTSTEPS REVEALED

Aumentare il tempo trascorso a dormire subito dopo un evento traumatico può aiutare a ridurre significativamente gli effetti del trauma.

Source: Increasing sleep time after trauma could relieve negative effects – FOOTSTEPS REVEALED

Mad to Be Normal: A Review of the New R.D. Laing Biopic | Psychology Today

 

Revolutionary Scottish psychiatrist R.D. Laing (1927-1989). Source: University of Glasgow

Laing (1967) saw psychosis as “a special strategy that a person invented in order to live in an unlivable situation” (p. 115). What is wrong in so-called schizophrenia is not “in the patient” but rather in his family and in society. Insanity, Laing insisted, is an understandable and rational adjustment to an insane world.

Source: Mad to Be Normal: A Review of the New R.D. Laing Biopic | Psychology Today

Roxane Gay Tells Us About Daring to Be Fat – VICE

Illustration by Lia Kantrowitz. Photo by Eva Blue/courtesy of Harper

Real talk about ‘Hunger,’ the author’s unsparing memoir about fatness, trauma, and the body.

Source: Roxane Gay Tells Us About Daring to Be Fat – VICE

Art in a Time of Atrocity – The New York Times

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* – There is illness and injury which has produced a….

What It Takes To Be Violent: An Appreciation of Marie Darrieussecq’s Pig Tales | Full Stop

What It Takes To Be Violent: An Appreciation of Marie Darrieussecq’s Pig Tales | Full Stop.

The Believer Logger – Reading Bhanu Kapil — Reading Bhanu Kapil

The Believer Logger – Reading Bhanu Kapil — Reading Bhanu Kapil.

Book Details : Nomadic Theory

Book Details : Nomadic Theory.

John Berger in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist | Vimeo

Of Strangeness That Wakes Us On mother tongues, fatherlands, and Paul Celan. BY ILYA KAMINSKY / Poetry Foundation

402px-Celan_passphoto_1938Paul Celan  1938 passport photo (Wikimedia Commons)

Of Strangeness That Wakes Us