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Jeff Sr. has a very low opinion of YouTube; nor does he understand it well. He mainly dislikes it because of Jesse portraying him negatively on the internet, and because Jesse puts all the family "dirty laundry" out for the world to see. He often complains about his sons' filming and expresses strong dislike for their pranking and immature behavior. He makes it clear that he wishes his family could just get along and quit messing with each other. Jeff Sr. is portrayed online by Jesse as a psychopath, which angers him. While many of Jeff Sr.'s actions are indeed questionable, overly violent, and unnecessary, many times he is provoked into this behavior directly by Jesse's own destructive or manipulative actions. Both are at fault for different reasons and at different times. Ultimately, Jesse murders his father, which obviously crosses a line.


Psychological Distress Reported by Healthcare Workers in Saudi Arabia during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional StudyPLOS ONE, 3 June 2022This article estimates the prevalence and severity of psychological distress and studies predisposing risk factors among healthcare workers in KSA during the COVID-19 pandemic. Authors conducted a cross-sectional online survey of 1,985 HCWs from 6 hospitals across the country designated with caring for COVID-19 patients.


The Impact of Lockdown and Other Stressors during the COVID-19 Pandemic on Depression and Anxiety in a Lebanese Opportunistic Sample: An Online Cross-Sectional SurveyCurrent Psychology, 5 January 2022This article evaluates the psychological impact of the lockdown in Lebanon. A cross-sectional, online survey was conducted during the lockdown period in order to punctually assess depression, anxiety symptoms as well as eating and substance use disorders while identifying factors that might affect those outcomes.


Ballard's early novels, particularly The Drowned World and The Crystal World, "helped make his name as atopographer of post-cataclysmic landscape," according to a reviewer for the Times Literary Supplement. This reputation changed in the late 1960s when Ballard became a leading spokesman for "New Wave" science fiction, a genre introducing experimental literary techniques and more sophisticated subject matter. In his fiction Ballard now began to explore the media landscape through a nonlinear writing style, entering his most experimental period. Many of his stories from this period are found in The Atrocity Exhibition. In this collection of related stories, Ballard explained to Reed, he writes of "a doctor who's had a mental breakdown. He has been shocked and numbed by events like the deaths of the Kennedys and Marilyn Monroe. To make sense of the modern world he wants to immerse himself in its most destructive elements. He creates a series of psycho-dramas that produce grim paradoxes." As a critic for the Times Literary Supplement saw it, The Atrocity Exhibition "presents extreme examples of the private psyche being invaded by public events." In a preface to the U.S. edition of the book, William S. Burroughs called it "profound and disquieting. . . . The nonsexual roots of sexuality are explored with a surgeon's precision."


We shall see now how this discussion bears on our reading of narcissism. By undermining a straight temporality, the logic of Nachträglichkeit cannot but pose a radical challenge to the subject of narration. How are we to understand the founding of the I as the beginning of a narrative, once its status as an historical act of settlement has been so thoroughly disrupted? And if, in accordance with a psychoanalytic understanding of the unconscious, time is fundamentally shattered (Green 2002), what modes of clinical story telling are possible? It is necessary, then, to look further into the founding scene of self-identification that psychoanalysis poses. 041b061a72


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