The existential itch represents the unawares desire to explore existential concerns. Ever present, but lost in the hurley burley of our lives. Concerns we have covered and soothed with roles, neurotic behavior and delusion. The desire to explore them remains, and will often spring to the fore as life’s woes scratch away at the fictional covers we have created to hide them.
This book explores concepts like will and power, responsibility and freedom, meaning and myth, isolation and death. unpicking the rich tapestry of cultural norms we have created to help us run from our existential fears. In the hope that you, the reader, may develop a closer contact with your authentic selves and those around you, to see past the fictions we shroud ourselves in, and see ourselves as we are.
Presented with 6 case studies to explain fully the impact of our norms, expectations, assumptions and delusions; This book unravels and lays bare some of the most important aspects of human behavior we will ever be working with as therapists or trying to understand as human beings.
Written with the lay person in mind, psychological jargon is explained and referenced to make this book accessible to all adults.
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