Shame and the Origins of Self-Esteem: A Jungian Approach

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INDEX

a
abandonment (emotional) 36 , 50
Adam and Eve 9 , 16-20passim
addictions 72
Adler, Alfred 64
admiration:
and the gradiose self 43-4
adultery:
punishment for 11
affect attunement 29-30 , 36 , 37
aggression:
inhibition of 54
Agni tribe 122 n
ambition:
grandiose self and 43-4
amplification (Jung) 10
anal phase 51-2
anal region 75 ;
parental disgust at excretions 36
analysis:
defined 27 ;
outcome of 95 ;
Jungian 78 , 81 ;
resistance- 87 ;
see also analyst, psychoanalysis
analyst:
dependency on the 97 ;
as mother 96 ;
unconscious of the 101 ;
see also analysis
analytic setting:
shame as a reaction to 77-84
anxiety:
Aristotle on 5 ;
defined 4 ;
“eight month” 47 , 48 ;
examination- 5 ;
functions of 4-5 ;
and self-monitoring 6-7 ;
and shame 4-6 ;
shame viii , 1-15 , 24 ;
stage fright 5 , 66 ;
stranger- 48
apes 13
archetypal patterns of experience:
exhibitionistic and voyeuristic wishes 54 , 85-6 ;
fantasies of perfection and omnipotence 42 ;
see also nakedness, shame
archetypal stages of development (Neumann) 38 , 120
archetypes 32
Aristotle:
on anxiety 5 ;
on “plain/ pure” truth 65 , 90 , 105 ;
on shame 21 , 46
Asper, K. 36 , 50 , 97 , 106
Augustine 17-18
Austin, Jane 2

b
Bächtold-Stäubli, H. 11 , 13 , 14
Beebe, J. 105
“behind” (the) 52
biblical Paradise narrative 16-20 ;
see also Paradise myth
Blanck, G. 122 n
Blanck, R. 122 n
Blaser, P. 5
Blomeyer, R. 55 , 58
blushing 3 , 68
bodily nakedness:
see nakedness
body:
feelings about the 50 ;
see also nakedness

c
Casals, Pablo 66
case material 102 ;
effects of childhood shame 7-8 ;
inferiority complex 64 , 67 ;
masochism 74-5 ;
masturbation 86 ;
self-disclosure 83 ;
self-esteem/ shame problems 95-100 ;
sexuality 88 , 89 ;
on shame and guilt 3 , 4 ;
Snow White syndrome 106-13 ;
stage fright 66
change:
see therapeutic change
child:
see infant, wounded child
Christianity 71
complex 62-3 , 97 , 100-1 ;
ego- 117-18 , 120 ;
inferiority 61-7 ;
shame 95-102passim
concentration camp survivors 69-70
concern (early childhood) 48
confrontation 99 ;
with the

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • 1 - The Phenomenology of Shame and Shame-Anxiety 1
  • 2 - The Psychological Meaning of Shame 16
  • 3 - The Feeling of Self-Esteem 24
  • 4 - The Psychogenesis of Shame and Susceptibility to Shame 46
  • 5 - Variations on the Experience of Shame 61
  • 6 - Motifs of Shame in the Therapeutic Relationship 77
  • 7 - Psychotherapy with Problems of Self-Esteem and Susceptibility to Shame 95
  • Appendix 115
  • Notes 122
  • Bibliography 123
  • Index 127
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