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  1. Introduction
  2. The man and his development
  3. The anguish and anxiety
  4. Trend necrophiliac and biófila - instinct of life and death
  5. The institutionalized death
  6. Conclusion

On the human development process in general and fairly briefly is possible to say that the baby is born and the beginning of his life keeps important links with their nuclear family. Such links, as well as their knowledge, little by little are expanding. The child attends school, grows and reaches adolescence. The personal experiences continue to expand and begins adulthood. At this stage the person realizes some projects as work, marriage, children, even to the aging process. Each individual has an idea of himself with personal values, plans etc, and suffer environmental interventions, the culture in which he lives. The person growing up has many gains, and learning achievements in relationships, however, losses are inevitable, suffering, anxiety and anguish.
Freud (1930/1974) in the text Mal-Being Civilization describes that man strives to achieve happiness and keep away the suffering.

Our possibilities of happiness are always restricted by our own constitution. Have unhappiness is much less difficult to experience. Suffering the threat from three directions: from our own body, condemned to decay and dissolution, and that can not even dismiss the suffering and anxiety as warning signals; the external world, which can turn against us with overwhelming and merciless forces of destruction; and finally, our relationships with other men (Freud, 1930/1974, p.95).

[...] Hospital Psychology: the psychology practice in hospitals. Sao Paulo, E.P.U CECCARELLI, PR, "oedipal Settings of contemporaneity: thoughts on the new forms of membership," in Journal of Psychoanalysis Pulsional, Sao Paulo, year XV 88-98, mar FERRAZ, MB Quality of life: concept and a brief history. Young Physician, 1998; 219 -22. FERREIRA, V. M. Fantasies of death in patients with chronic renal failure. Interdisciplinary graduate work, Mackenzie Presbyterian University, São Paulo FOULKES SH, editor. Psychotherapy group-analytic: method and principles. Barcelona: Gedisa; 1981. [...]


[...] The term "drive" Freud was defined by Laplanche and Pontalis (1992, p.394) as: [ . ] The dynamic process consisting of a pressure or force (energy charge, motor factor) that makes the body tend towards a goal. According to Freud, a drive has its source in a body arousal (stress state); your aim or goal is to remove the state of tension prevailing in instinctual source; is the goal or thanks to him that the drive can reach its goal. [...]


[...] Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 1997. p.310-13. SANTOS, C.T., SEBASTIANI, R. W. Psychological monitoring the person with chronic disease. In: ANGERAMI-CAMON, V.A. (Org) and psychology entered the hospital . Sao Paulo, Ed. Pioneer 1998, p.147-176. ZIMERMAN editor. Analytical psychotherapy group. [...]


[...] The perception is the knowledge that something outside threatens their world, and self-awareness: [ . ] Is the patient's view that he is being threatened, that he is the one who is in this world that threatens, he is the guy who owns the world. And this gives you the possibility of insight, of 'internalized vision' to see the world and its problems with regard to itself. And so it gives you the possibility to do something about their problems (MAY p.92). [...]


[...] In: psychoanalytic Background: theory, technique and practice. Porto Alegre: Artmed; 1999. p. 437-50. [...]

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