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"free to be my own person and to live my life the way I chose." Yet another "escaped" from a drug rehabilitation program and resumed university studies. These examples also show how the content of proactive living differed widely between subjects. At a broad level of conceptualization this 120

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
Author: Peter Ashworth

psychology and phenomenology is seen slightly differently. The change in attitude which opens up reflection upon one's conscious life (rather than just living it) is accomplished by the phenomenological-psychological reduction, a step which is an important move in the direction of the full tran- scendental

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

. Structure One for P4 and P6 A positive experience in psychotherapy for a long-term client suffering var- ious problems in living is one in which a client feels that some alleviation of the problem that motivated therapy has taken place. This occurs when the personhood of the therapist resonates well with

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
Author: Linda Finlay

- ple sclerosis. Drawing on Ann’s own reflections captured in a rel- atively unstructured inter view, I construct a narrative around her first year of living with the diagnosis. Then, existential-phenome- nological analysis reveals how Ann’s life—lived in and through a par ticular body and lifeworld

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

(see for example a recent report from Socialdepartementet, 2010). While the care provided in institutional settings has come to attract quite some attention among dementia care researchers, the needs as experienced by those who are living through the early stages of the disease are still poorly

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

comfortable cloak to wear. People looked up to him and were deferential. For a time the demon ambition motivated him too. His career filled his life, and he relished the savory taste of power and the sweet smell of success. The ambitious drive was pervasive, including making money and making the right

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

comfortable cloak to wear. People looked up to him and were deferential. For a time the demon ambition motivated him too. His career filled his life, and he relished the savory taste of power and the sweet smell of success. The ambitious drive was pervasive, including making money and making the right

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

127 BOOK REVIEWS Carol S. Becker, Living and Relating: An Introduction to Phe- nomenology. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publishers, 289 pp., $42.85 (cloth), $21.95 (paper). Carol Becker begins her book on a peaceful Sunday afternoon in her newly remodeled home where a soft summer breeze and the play

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

arc. We have indicated how the life of consciousness, being-in-the- world, Dasein, arises on the basis of the world first opened up by the intentional arc, by the assent the lived body gives to a solicitation. This assent is motivated and not caused and is, thus, in a certain sense, free. A person is

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
Author: Paul Colaizzi

. Confusing the practicing of the two can harm people and thoughts. Existential Therapy is therapy for existence, whereas psychotherapy is therapy for life, a remedy for the prob- lems of living. The adequate distinction between life and existence is an issue that shamefully has gone unaddressed in

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology