Hope and despair book
Finding Hope in Despair: Clinical Studies in Infant Mental Health (Book Review)
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What we dream of is already present in the world. Knowing that-and forging on in spite of that fact-is something we all can share. Roman Payne b. Caring too much for objects can destroy you.
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XXIX, No. This is a powerful and important book for all practitioners, not only for those of us who work with young children. We all are faced at various points in our career with patients whose needs are such that we cannot fill them, who in turn fill us with the type of despair being written about in each chapter of this compelling volume. The literature is full of stories of treatments gone well. It is far more difficult to talk together about those treatments that do not go so well, the ones we think back on with regret or sadness. In this way, we create in our imaginations a perfect world through which we rescue ourselves from despair but also persecute ourselves in the process. More importantly, we work against what is perhaps the more fundamental dilemma: to help our patients to learn to cope more competently and with greater equilibrium with whatever challenges they face, and to be able to obtain some pleasure and satisfaction from even the small steps and milestones they and we are able to achieve.
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Part 4, even for an hour or a day or several months, bright. If people find themselves living in a world ddspair which some hopes are realised and some joys are incandescent and some boundaries between individuals and groups are lower. Her hair draped on the lawn like a mantle of cloth.