17 Nov

Sebastio lost, and also make years that vi for the first time the Manuel de Souza.' ' (GARRETT, act second, scene X, speaks of Madalena, P. 106, 1996) We notice that this explicit pessimism opens doors to the Metaphysical, under form of omens, that they equally dispute with the dogmas of the catolicismo, the popular faith. The personages believe God, but they believe that its fears and that its sensations of bad acknowledgments really will happen. The conturbados feelings and emotions, that is, it does not have peace and harmony in the relationships of the personages, a time that the love and the fear walk together, finishing in reactions impulsive and precipitated, moved for the desperation: ' ' – My brothers, God afflicts in this world those that he loves. For more specific information, check out Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr.. The crown of glory not if of the seno in the Cu.' ' (GARRETT, act third, scene XI, speaks of Prior, P. 138, 1996). Baslio Cousin is a realistic workmanship that possesss a romantic heroine, where Ea de Queirs makes Lusa to suffer the martyrdom for its characteristic, as well as the characteristics they are evidenced in the personages; the objetivismo, the negation of the romantic subjetivismo, the abusive use of descriptions and adjectives: ' ' She is seated to the table, to read the Daily one of Notice, in its roupo of morning of black farm, embroidering soutache, with wide buttons of madreprola; the blond hair a little disarranged, with a dry tone of heat of the pillow, was rolled, twisted in the high one of the teeny head, of pretty profile; its skin had brancura tenra and lctea of the blond ones; with the elbow leaned against the table the ear acariciava and, in the slow and soft movement of its fingers, dous rings of miudinhos rubies gave to twinkles escarlates.' ' (QUEIRS, p.21, 2004) critical the direct one, the idealizao of the reason, the narrative worried about psychological analyses of the critical personages and making to the society from the behavior of these personages: ' ' But Lusa cried without answering. .

Hospice Verlag

8 Nov

The latest book from Hospice publishing: by the by the initiative of the institution Michaela Fink is now available in the commercial describes social origins, beginnings and current developments of the modern hospice movement in Germany. The attention is focused on the problems that are associated with the institutionalization of the hospice movement. An example of this is the change that learns the open encounter with the dying people through the implementation of a standardized service. The description is embedded in a larger context of social change, which, ultimately, the hospice movement is a mosaic stone. It threatens an increasingly technocratic way of dealing with death and dying, which covers also the hospice movement. This then becomes the part of the modern project of full assurance of life.

Michaela Fink connects critical sociology (in particular by Jean Baudrillard, Michel Foucault, and Ivan Illich) arguments from interviews with pioneers of the hospice movement in Germany, and from the professional literature to the hospice movement. You lit Thus the contrast of what seems at present in the tendencies of a standardized supply of death as natural and necessary to prevail. Although moving patients and companions in institutionalised contexts, they must be able to act yet in it. The tension between personal, lively encounter and standardized services is analyzed against the background of institutionalization processes. The book is written in critical friendship to the hospice movement, in which the author himself for many years has been practically engaged. By the initiative of the institution, 316 pages, published August 2012 in the Hospice publishing ISBN: 978-3-941251-52-6 price: 24.90 euro (D), 25.60 euros (A) incl. VAT, excl. shipping costs contact: Hospice Publisher Caro & CIE oHG Daniela Guglielmi Solitudestrasse 55 71638 Ludwigsburg Tel: + 49 7141 9563862 E-Mail: Internet:

Famous Psychologist

17 Jun

finally, this famous psychologist still explains that the children also feel pleasure – orgasmo -, had mainly to the sensations that the tato provides. Coming back my passion for Melania, everything had a tragic end, according to my judgment at the time, it was transferred of school after to be kissed the force for a called boy Fbio, but beyond cimes it left what me more furious he was that although the boy to have motivated the transference of the girl, the direction of the school punished with a simple warning, while in the corridors was cogitated that managing Mrs. was familiar of the boy infractor. In my life I for the first time had hatred in the heart, that I relieved to the prantos with my mother. It fits to interrupt the narration to stand out that after to be married Rose, was born my cousin Itallo, the first son of Ito, that since teeny already was become attached mim.7 well. Chapter VI – Dindinha the matriarca of famliDindinha was my great-grandmother, it was anci more glad and smart that already I knew, although ours rinchas. It all had accomplices for the quarter, people who covered its vices and pranks.

While new, she was very rich and it alleged that my Agapito grandfather wanted to take everything what he was of it, but for irony of the destination, its children of Salvador its good was who took all, and it one finished going to live in the house of my grandmothers reason nor to another wanted it son. Also called Clear Owner, although to be descending of Italians, it loved the local culture, it danced forr, it chewed tobacco and it ingested alcoholic beverage. It ate the entire day and when some visit in the house of my grandmothers arrived, it spoke that nobody had given to nothing pra to it to eat, hated to take bath being needed to be fiscalized in the questions of personal hygiene, therefore most of the time only it wet the feet and it alleged already to have bathed.