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Razumevanje ljubezni v psihiatriji
Rus-Makovec, Maja (Author)

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Abstract
Prispevek prikaže način razmišljanja o ljubezni v vsakdanjem psihiatričnem diskurzu. Pomemben del duševnih motenj in človeškega trpljenja povezujemo s pomanjkanjem izkušnje ljubezni, v največji meri primarne navezovalne vezi z materjo in drugimi skrbniki. Ljubezen razumemo kot nevrobiološki in psihološki pojav v nekem socialnem kontekstu. Odnos ljubezni v veliki meri izraža evolucijsko potrebo po varnosti in skrbi za preživetje. Zaljubljenost predstavlja duševno stanje, ki spominja tako na hipomanijo kot na odvisnost od psihoaktivne snovi. V kliničnem delu usmerjamo svojce v bolj pozitivno čustvovanje do pacientov, ker skoraj praviloma prihaja do prehodnega pretiranega izražanja negativnih čustev že zaradi same teže duševne motnje, ki lahko spreminja naravo odnosa. Končni poudarek je na profesionalnosti, katere imanentni del je razvoj bližnjega, a z mejami zaščitenega odnosa s pacientom.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:psihiatrija, nevrobiologija, ljubezen, zaljubljenost, ljubezen
Tipology:1.08 - Published Scientific Conference Contribution
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2017
Number of pages:Str. 96-103
UDC:616.89:177.6
DOI:10.4312/SSJLK.53.96-103 Link is opened in a new window
COBISS.SI-ID:64583266 Link is opened in a new window
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Record is a part of a monograph

Title:Ljubezen v slovenskem jeziku, literaturi in kulturi
Publisher:Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete
ISBN:978-961-237-934-6
COBISS.SI-ID:290542336 This link opens in a new window
Collection title:Zbirka Seminar slovenskega jezika, literature in kulture
Collection numbering:53
Collection ISSN:2386-0561
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Year:2017
Editors:Alojzija Zupan Sosič

Secondary language

Language:English
Abstract:
The paper looks at reflection on love in everyday psychiatric discourse. An important part of mental conditions and human suffering is connected with lack of love, mainly the primary link with the mother and other guardians. Love is understood as a neurobiological and psychological phenomenon in a social context. To a great extent, the attitude to love expresses an evolutionary need for safety and the need to survive. Being in love represents a mental state reminiscent of hypomania and of addiction to a psychoactive substance. In clinical work we guide relatives towards feeling more positive about patients because almost as a rule there is a transitional excessive expression of negative feelings simply because of the weight of the mental condition itself, which can change the nature of the relationship. The final emphasis is on professionalism, an integral part of which is the development of a close, but carefully delineated relationship with the patient.


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