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91: Freud And Caligula
... tried to handle his own pain under his uncle by being an altruistic leader. But his personality disorder was not completely due to his childhood development. There is evidence that he may have suffered from schizophrenia. It is known that he had already inherited the family disorder, epilepsy. More evidence that his personality disorder had biological roots is evident in his contrasting reigns before and after his serious illness. Whether it ...
92: An Analysis Of Jung
... of ancient civilizations. Here we can find reference to mythological and cultural beliefs that could only be known to persons of that time; repeated in the dreams of today's human being. People suffering from schizophrenia, often refer to some type of mythological character, who plays an intimate role in their activities/lives. Beneath, the repressed memories of the Personal unconscious lie the ideas and images of an ancient time. Of ...
93: Employee Assistance Programs
... that employers lose approximately $17 billion dollars per year due to the 35 percent of the workforce experiencing some type of emotional dysfunction (Myers 8). These mental health issues range from mild depression to severe schizophrenia. It is also estimated that US companies spend 26 percent of their earnings on health care costs (Cascio 590). Heart disease, smoking, and other unhealthy lifestyle attributes cost employers billions of dollars every year. Employee ...
94: JFK - Assasination
... mob and was unstable and unreliable (5: 87). Ruby use to deliver envelopes for Al Capone and he loved playing the big shot (5: 94). It was later found out that Ruby suffered from paranoid schizophrenia, which made him hear voices, so he could have been influenced to do anything. But Ruby was soon put in a mental institution and finally died of cancer in January 1967 (5: 95). The FBI ...
95: E.t.a. Hoffmann His Life, His
... part of the story “Elixiere des Teufels” which was published 1816. In this story we can find the leitmotif of the “Doppelgaenger” (“double”), which presented the psychological status of Hoffmann, who was suffering severely on schizophrenia. Due to a dramatic argument with the publisher Seconda, Hoffmann quit his job and moved back to Berlin in 1815, where he started again a position at the court. Already being recognized as an important ...
96: Self Reliance Through Hardship
... deeper and deeper, the satirical substance eating away from the inside out, until she hits the bottom and is consumed by the phlogiston. She has so many hardships that her caustic circumstances drive her to schizophrenia: (Page 151) Ever since I got my blue eyes, [Mrs. Breedlove] look away from me all of the time. Do you suppose she's jealous too? Could be. They are pretty you know. I know ...
97: BoB Dylan
... is as their land and air is....If that is so, it is no wonder that Bob Dylan became such a luminous amalgam of showmanship and aloofness, spirituality and desolation, eloquence and exaggeration, individuality and schizophrenia. These seesawing extremes, among others, are indigenous to the historical landscape of northern Minnesota. (Spitz 9) For others this might have been a setback but for Dylan it was the perfect environment to nurture his ...
98: Vincent Van Gogh
... almost his whole left ear, wrapped it in newspaper, and given it to his friend Rachel. He then said “Guard this object carefully” (Sweetman 293). Some reasons speculated for this unusual self-destruction were: 1. Schizophrenia 2. He failed to harm Paul Gaugin so he turned the violence on himself? 3. He was just filled with self-loathing? It was later discovered that he was tormented by voices and was having ...
99: Living, Loving, and Learning: Buscaglia Reflection
... doing just to be different. I lived in Salt Lake for one month. At the restaurant where I worked there was a wide variety of people. One of my friends had a mild case of schizophrenia and was haunted by his inability to deal with reality. If he went into the grocery store and saw a group of people laughing and joking, he automatically thought that they were laughing at him ...
100: Vonnegut's Portrayal of Society in Breakfast of Champions
... towards complete self-anhilation (Broer 107). Works Cited Allen, William R. Understanding Kurt Vonnegut. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 1991. "Briefly Noted: Fiction." New Yorker 12 May 1973: 146. Broer, Lawrence R. Sanity Plea: Schizophrenia in the Novels of Kurt Vonnegut. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1989. Brucker, Carl. "Breakfast of Champions." Beacham's Popular Fiction in America. Ed. Walton Beacham. 4 vols. Washington, D.C.: Beacham, 1986. 4: 1423 ...

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