Group theory. / I by Michio Suzuki

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Chapter 2 Introduction to Differentiation Analysis (Positive Psychotherapy) THE PARROT AND THE SUGAR SACK A merchant had acquired a very beautiful parrot in India. He loved the bird and spent all his free time with it. Sometimes he would put the parrot on his shoulder, sometimes on his head, and he would always reward it with a piece of sugar. For the parrot, the sugar became the embodiment of his master's love. One evening, the merchant and his parrot were alone in the house. The merchant said, "My dear, it's late and I'm tired.

A therapy, an alteration of the condition, was unthinkable in terms of this model. The deification model is found even today, without the primarily religious motivation, in interaction with the ill. This is quite c1early so in particular forms of family neurosis, in which one member of 22 the family becomes the bearer of the symptoms for the whole network of family problems. The siek person acquires a special role which is similar to deification: he becomes something special, the key figure in the family group.

Afterwards he feit elated and wanted his audience to confirm how great his sermon had been. " The groom answered, "I told you already that 1 am a simple man and do not understand these things very weil. " (Oriental fable) The treatment of the mentally ilI is a special, and I think a very sad, chapter in the history of mankind. In the midst of all of the uncertainty which prevails in this area, indications are again and again found that attitudes toward the psychologically conspicuous - and this expression is used in the present context with all due circumspection - depend on WeItanschau- 20 Not everything at once ung-related orientations, and thereby on the view of man that exists within a society and its times.

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