Unfortunately, some patients will need longer-term hospitalization for refractory symptoms, persistent or severe suicidality, self-destructiveness
, or nonadherence to treatment, among other indications, Dr.
While a decline towards self-destructiveness
is a clear indication that the sufferer needs intervention from family and friends, it may not always be necessary that professional help needs to be included.
and a sense of loss pervades every nook and cranny of "The Seafarer.
I am accountable" (412), he cries two hundred pages later, this mea culpa an epiphany of sorts that perhaps adjudges his obsessive reading and writing--along with the self-inflating fantasies, the insane self-destructiveness
, and the self-medicating-to have been unsuccessful attempts to erase or replace a so far disappointing life.
The fall-trial-redemption pattern traces Farragut's fall, which is the murder of his brother and the self-destructiveness
of his drug addiction; his trial, in his struggle to survive and transcend this physical and spiritual crisis; and finally, his redemption, in his love for Jody and the other fellow-inmates.
We want no more suicidal women poets, no more suicidal women, no more self-destructiveness
as the sole form of violence permitted to women.
And while Wayne Rooney has long been dubbed Gascoigne's heir apparent - even assuming the nickname 'Wazza' - it is Balotelli who better demonstrates the childishness and self-destructiveness
that characterised the former England talisman's career.
As an archive, the expansive photographic record documented by those nine photographers tells a story surpassing the gossip about a famous star troubled by self-doubt and self-destructiveness
Peres described the death as a lesson about the self-destructiveness
of violent extremism.
Tough, dedicated people, he recalled, if somewhat some-what given to self-destructiveness
, sometimes unintentionally.
Any study of Fallon's career requires an attempt to explain both his skill in the saddle and wayward self-destructiveness
out of it, and Andrew Longmore's thoughtful and well-written biography ends with a decent stab at analysing "a great rider and a dangerous human being.
I'm not sure I want you to quote that--I don't mean the self-destructiveness