The new book “Family Neurosis. Psychosomatic and vegetative disorders in children and adults »

A new book was published “Family neurosis – psychosomatic and vegetative disorders in children and adults”.

The book examines the diagnosis, psychophysiology of neuroses (neurotic and somatoform disorders) in adults and children, peculiarities of relations in the family after the child’s illness due to the peculiarity of the psychological climate. Generalized features of individual forms of neuroses (neurotic and somatoform disorders) as a result of psychotraumatic and negative social and domestic factors (psychogenic diseases) that form in the family throughout the entire period of the child’s illness. The clinical, individual psychological and sociopsychological features of the neurosis in the family are described, in which a negative relationship between family members (microenvironment) and outside the family, the social environment (macroenvironment), the psychoanalysis of these relationships, self-help, self-analysis, autosuggestion, autogenic training . The book is addressed to doctors practicing in this field, students of medical schools, parents of sick children, as well as a wide range of readers who are concerned about the topic.

Pay attention to the psychological thoughts of the professor: “Pride, self-esteem, dignity, self-respect is a” luxury “for parents. Having crossed himself (consciously considering himself humiliated), “with a smile on his face,” “with pain-heaviness in the soul and in the heart” … they are easier to forgive the whims of their children, give them training, education, health … time they are “treasure” and “luxury” for children. And children take these “riches” as a given, without thinking about where all this came from. And they use these “gifts”, not assuming what awaits them ahead, how their destiny will develop when they grow up. Unfortunately, or fortunately, children often repeat the fate of their parents. And in the future life will “reward” them with the same “surprises” that they once presented to those who gave them life. Only after they have grown up with their own children do they realize the pain that they have suffered … Someone manages to correct “their mistakes” … But most understand it too late …