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What is the significance of the Father in psychoanalysis today?
This book constructs a much needed framework to allow psychoanalysts to consider the difficulties of a generation without a solid anchor in the Father. The Dead Father: A Psychoanalytic Inquiry provides a necessary addition to decades of work on the role of the mother in development. The editors bring together world renowned scholars to discuss current observations in their fields, in terms of the Father's changing but essential functions, both in the lives of the individual and collective. Divided into four parts, chapters focus on:
Exploring the role of the father in individual psychology, everyday interpersonal and social experience and cultural phenomena writ large, this book will be essential reading for psychoanalysts, as well as psychologists, social workers and scholars in the humanities.
THE FATHER, A son, A daughter, A Love Affair shares a story based upon author Charles Watson's personal testimony about God's plan for marriage for each person. There are things in life that can't be rushed, and following God's preordained plan for finding a life partner falls into that category. Each chapter of this guide carefully explores each step in the process that God follows to enable us to find a true partner of the heart- the one true marriage partner for each person. Watson also includes the pertinent scripture that supports God's plan for love and marriage. Song of Solomon states that 'many waters cannot quench love, nor can the floods drown it: no substantial amount of water can put out the fire of love that is in the heart.' When God determines that two people should come together in marriage, it is a wonderful, heartfelt event in the lives of two loving people. Watson cautions that it is not wise to rush or speed up the process, as it can lead to missteps and mistakes made in relationships that can be devastating. If the focus is on finding the best partner with God's loving guidance, a successful marriage will be the reward.
In A Real Father's Touch we will look at an age old dilemma: fathers being absent in the home and bastard children being raised without any true guidance. In this book we will expose the truths about family and oneness. Taking a Spiritual journey in life, which allows you to see your whole identity and what part God plays in making you a complete man or woman. In A Real Father's Touch you will learn tools on how to live free from the chains of bondage and doing the complete will of God for your life.
Sherlock Holmes was a man who seldom took exercise for exercise's sake. Few men were capable of greater muscular effort, and he was undoubtedly one of the finest boxers of his weight that I have ever seen; but he looked upon aimless bodily exertion as a waste of energy, and he seldom bestirred himself save when there was some professional object to be served. Then he was absolutely untiring and indefatigable. That he should have kept himself in training under such circumstances is remarkable, but his diet was usually of the sparest, and his habits were simple to the verge of austerity. Save for the occasional use of cocaine, he had no vices, and he only turned to the drug as a protest against the monotony of existence when cases were scanty and the papers uninteresting.
China's economy has boomed, but a potentially disastrous side effect - along with pollution and a growing income gap between urban and rural regions - is the effects obesity will have on the country's fragile healthcare system. Today's overweight in China can look to a mixed future of bright economic hopes for their country, and poor and deteriorating health for themselves. From a situation 20 years ago when diets were limited by food availability, and famine was still a recent memory, China's urban centres have seen alarmingly rising rates of obesity. Throughout the country an estimated 200 million people out of a total population of around 1.3 billion were overweight (over 15%).
Why is this issue so important? Taking into account that the recent period of stable world economic growth has in large part been driven by the availability of cheap labour in China, which produces much of the goods that keep the retail tills ringing elsewhere in the world, the issue of China's rising obesity is an issue of potentially global economic significance. Consider a scenario just a few years down the line, where there are so many overweight urban Chinese, suffering from obesity-related illness, that the government, in order to pay for increased healthcare treatments, has to raise the levels of income and other tax to pay for this huge and continual expense.
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