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Reflections on Shame, Dissociation, and Eating Disorders

 In this article, Philip M. Bromberg explores the context and causes of eating disorders. Individuals who suffer with eating disorders experience a lack of human relatedness, and Bromberg asserts that trust, destroyed by trauma, must be repaired in order for a patient's symptoms to be surrendered.

 

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Shame

Analyst James Shultz explores shame from a Jungian perspective and argues that, by recognizing and acknowledging shame, we can stop defending ourselves against it and open a window on the shadow.


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Jung's Unpublished Works: News from the Philemon Foundation

Learn about the most recent efforts to bring Jung's vast unpublished works to print, as the Philemon Foundation offers this first in an occasional series of updates on its vital work.


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The Ghost at the Back Door

Dolores Brien reviews Sophia Heller's new work The Absence of Myth, in which the author aims to deconstruct theories that consider myth to be essential to our psychic and spiritual well-being.

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