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Download The Survival Papers: Anatomy of a Midlife Crisis (Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts) eBook
ISBN:
0919123341
Author:
Daryl Sharp
Category:
Psychology & Counseling
Language:
English
Publisher:
Inner City Books (July 1, 1988)
Pages:
157 pages
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Series: Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts (Book 35). Paperback: 157 pages. Publisher: Inner City Books (July 1, 1988).

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Lost your mate, your energy, peace of mind? Welcome to midlife crisis. Jung's basic concepts -- shadow, anima/animus, complexes, projection and typology -- come alive as one man's plight is dramatically portrayed with humor, compassion and ruthless clarity.
  • Fawrindhga
This short, intelligent, often amusing little Jungian volume presents us with the case of Norman -- who, as we discover, is more of a composite than a specific individual. This doesn't alter the value & insight of the book in the least. As author Daryl Sharp says, while there may not be an actual person named Norman, there are millions very much like him.

By employing this literary conceit, Sharp proceeds to lay out the methods, struggles, obstacles, and breakthroughs of the analytical process. He uses examples from his own life as a counterpoint to Norman's ongoing story, which allow us to see the man at midlife both from the moment of crisis & with the benefit of 20 years of hindsight. Sharp manages to delve into a wealth of dense, complex psychological material in a deceptively simple manner, using concrete examples to illuminate the stages of the process.

One word of warning: I say "stages of the process" as a shortcut; the actual process is nothing so clearcut & identifiable by definite benchmarks. As Sharp explains, analysis is a much an art as it is a science, perhaps even moreso: while he brings years of experience & specialized knowledge to the work, intuition is also involved. The analyst sometimes has to take chances, without knowing if they'll bear fruit or not. The patient has to be willing to take similar chances. This is no easy, by-the-numbers task!

For anyone approaching midlife, or for anyone whose significant other is approaching midlife, this is an invaluable guide to understanding what lies ahead. Ideally, readers should follow it by Sharp's second book on the subject, "Dear Gladys" -- where "The Survival Papers" deals with the first crucial year of analysis, "Dear Gladys" deals with the second year, which is rather different for anyone who has moved forward to that point.

Highly recommended!
  • Anayaron
not too much info
  • Iphonedivorced
Ten years ago I spent my last income tax rebate cheque on the complete works of Carl Gustav Jung - in hardcover, no less! I was out of work for the fourth time and had no prospects whatever. I was a good ten years late for the "Mid-Life Transition" as well . . .
Having made this momentous decision to purchace some 40 books in the hope of making something of my obviously neurotic life, I panicked!
Can you imagine seeing 40-odd, expensive books, strewn across the living-room carpet,and hearing my response of "What the hell have I done?"!
Well, my long-suffering wife (yet!), who was in the book-trade at the time, brought home for me an edition of "THE SURVIVAL PAPERS" by Daryl Sharp, beautifully presented in a trade-paperback from Fulshams, U.K.
Daryl Sharp gave me an amazing insight, not only into my caotic state, but also into the nature of the neurosis as a "Creative Illness". Added to this were a guided tour of the "way-out", and an astonishing introduction to the Complete Works of Carl Gustav Jung - together with fully-indexed-quotes from the "C.W.", as well as a most useful reading list at the end of each chapter, designed to introduce me to modern applications of Jungian (so called) thinking and experience - with wonderfully relevent insights into world-famous literary figures e.g. Rilke and Kafka, both of whom I had been reading at the time - synchronicity?
The "Survival Papers" is, from my experience, an extraordinarily relevent read for those going through the Mid-life Transition; an highly accessable insight into the principles and experiences of psychic change, as well as a surprisingly disarming introduction to the world, person, and work, of Carl Gustav Jung.
What a joy to read! What an entertainment! What learning so lighly worn! What experience shared so deftly, with such patience and good grace . . .
Buy this excellent book. Read it. Apply it, as far as you are able, before you dare pass it on to those whom you think "NEED IT"!
A word for Daryl Sharp.
Thank you . . . Thank you . . . Thank you . . .
A real Le Mot Juste!
JOHN CAMPBELL.
  • Tam
Having read and completely enjoyed Sharp's book, "Jungian Psychology Unplugged," I was prepared to also love this one. Imagine my shocked disappointment to find that whole sections of "Jungian Psychology Unplugged" were, apparently, cut and pasted into the manuscript of this book, for which I paid! I'd guess that less than half the contents of "The Survival Papers" is original. Combined with the disgusting habits of the analysand, "Norman", this book is as complete a disappointment as "Jungian Psychology Unplugged" was satisfying. I wouldn't recommend buying both books at all. Sharp ought to be ashamed of himself for cheating his readers that way.
  • Owomed
What I like about Jung and Jungians is that they seem to be able to write concise books that have far-reaching implications. I liked this book. It's subject matter, straight married man's mid-life crisis, is a bit removed from me, but the dance between inner life and outer life endlessly fascinates and the process applies to all of us ultimately. This book is refreshing in that the author/analyst is a full-blown character, not a detached observer like happens with works I've read by Clarrisa Pinkola Estes, Robert Bly, and Marion Woodman among others. Sharp doesn't try to advance Jung's theories, just lets them play out. Fair enough. Make sure you read through to the end.
  • Grarana
In those days, when midlife arrives and you feel somehow lost, this is one of the most helpfull tool; along with Dear Gladys, I have found Daryl Sharp's Survival Papers a great tool for life. This is a MUST have book.