The Owl Was a Baker's Daughter: Obesity, Anorexia Nervosa, and the Repressed Feminine--A Psychological Study (139p)
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With specific reference to food allergy stress, Mackarness points out that the patient may experience mental confusion, disabling Page 50 tiredness, headaches, abdominal pain, puffiness and rashes. The symptoms are generally accompanied by a craving for food or drink or cigarettes to put an end to the inner tension. 39 The stress situation in a primarily obese child winds in a vicious circle; she tries to relieve her anxiety with food and grows fatter as a result. Like many children she.
Enough. Correcting habits corrects challenge. 13. Dieting may not correct the obesity. Growing sense of futility and despair. thirteen. Weight loss leads to sense of selfrespect and rejuvenation. 14. "Hormonal status of massively obese patient is markedly abnormal, more akin in many respects to that of patients with anorexia nervosa than to healthy women." 40 14. Woman doesn't have to deal with severe hormonal difficulties unless other factors are involved or obesity is of long standing. 15.
Page 117 Figure 8. The Eighth Eye. (Original in colour, painted by the dreamer) Page 118 The synthesizing power of the unconscious is well illustrated in this dream. The crowned serpent is an androgynous image: the elemental feminine is symbolized by its blackness, but the illuminated crown, the Eye, suggests the masculine psychopomp leading to the transformative Eros in the Eighth Eye. Ultimately her feminine ego is.
133. Discussed in a letter to Dorothee Hoch, July 3, 1952, Letters, 2, pp. 7678. 134. C.G. Jung, Answer to Job, p. 90: "Why this inevitable result of Christian psychology should signify redemption is difficult to see, except that the conscious recognition of the opposites, painful though it may be at the moment, does bring with it a definite feeling of deliverance. . . . It is on the one hand a deliverance from the.
My mother took away my father's masculine pride. She reinforced his sense of failure. She worked hard to show us how ragged she had become. "You don't care about your mother," she would say. I felt I was a nuisance to her. All the money I spent on her in my later years was to relieve the sense of guilt. She was religiously clean — prissy — wore white gloves — cut off from life. My feelings towards my mother were very mingled. She lived through my academic.