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  1. 1. THE NORMAL ONELIFE WITH A DIFFICULT OR DAMAGEDSIBLINGJEANNE SAFER, PH.DPRESENTED BYMAL LORY KRONICKPSYC 2103MONDAY/WEDNESDAY4:20 PM1
  2. 2. 2 P SYCHOTHERAP I ST RICHARD BROOKHI S ER JUDITH KAUFMAN
  3. 3. ADDITIONAL BOOKSWRITTEN BY JEANNESAFER, PH.D.T O P I C S O F H E RB O O K S DIFFICULT/DAMAGED3SIBLINGS FORGIVENESS PARENTING CHOICES DEALING WITH DEATH
  4. 4. I traveled around a great dealI would havestopped,but I was pursued by something. It alwayscame upon meunawaresThen all at once my sistertouched myshoulder. I turn around and look into hereyes. Oh Laura,Laura, I tried to leave you behind me, but Iam more faithful than I intended to be! 4
  5. 5. 1. What percentage ofAmericans have siblings?85%2. What is the CalibanSyndrome named after?Shakespeare's TheTempest3. Who named theCaliban Syndrome?Jeanne Safer4. What are the fourCaliban SyndromeSymptoms? Premature maturity Survivor guilt Compulsion to achieve Fear of contagion5
  6. 6. 6JEANNE AND STEVEN ASCHILDREN
  7. 7. What sensory and cognitive experiencesset Jeanne Safer apart from the rest of us? Brother was seven years older than her. Jeannes brother Stevens bedroom was in the attic. I want to be just like you when I grow up, nevermind. Did not think that having nothing of Stevens was odd. Jeannes mother only claimed that she had a daughter.7
  8. 8. WHAT MADE JEANNESBROTHER DIFFERENTFROM HER?8S T E V E N W A S A : P R O B L E M C H I L D A T S C H O O L O V E R W E I G H T H A D T R O U B L E E X P R E S S I N GE M O T I O N S D E V E L O P E D D I A B E T E S T A L E N T E D W I T H M U S I C , A N DR E L A T I O N S H I P S O U T S I D E O F T H EH O M E D I D N O T C O M P L E T E C O L L E G E
  9. 9. WHAT DEVELOPMENT DID JEANNEEXPERIENCE BECAUSE OF HERBROTHER? (COGNITIVE, PHYSICAL,EMOTIONAL, SOCIAL, ETC.) Premature maturity Survivor guilt Compulsion to achieve Fear of contagion9
  10. 10. PROVIDE A DESCRIPTION OF THE JEANNESDEVELOPMENTShe grew up being positivefor other people, but hard onherself. (COMPULSION TOACHIEVE)DREAMED OF BEING APYSCHOTHERAPIST AS ACHILD (PRE MATUREMATURITY)STEVEN FAILED BECAUSE OF HER(GUILT)DID NOT WANT HER OWNCHILDREN BC OF HER BROTHER.(FEAR OF CONTAGION)10
  11. 11. Anxiety Ambiguity ReliefDepression Envy UncertaintyEscaping Fear OvercompensationVanity Self-Criticism Perfectionism11AS JEANNEDEVELOPED,WHATFEELINGSDID SHEEXPERIENCE?
  12. 12. What research supports your theory on thedevelopmental changes experienced by Jeanne Safer,and her brother Steven in your book? Study was called Differential Associations Between Domains of Sibling Conflict and Adolescent12Emotional Adjustment Treatment about parental differential treatment versus issues regarding personalspace If a personal domain conflict happened, then depression and anxiety was an issuestronger than parental differential treatment. Steven and Jeanne did not bond or communicate as they should have. Steven had too much alone time, and alone space. It was not just the parenting that caused Steven to have significant issues, but alsothe space.
  13. 13. Personal Items Brought Tears to Adult Jeanne Safer13as an Adult Jeanne and Steven went to close up their parents home when they passedaway. Steven did not want anything, but some items from a family trip. Jeanne explained that Steven still has the furniture from the room in the attiche had as a child. She wept, as an adult still about the way that Steven was treated.
  14. 14. Do you agree or disagree with the disturbed development of bothJeanne and Steven?14 Stevens leg had to be amputated, which offeredestrangement (Separation) and disengagement(Freeing) The relationship was not improved, but instead itoffered her and Steven Compassion.
  15. 15. Prevalence and predictors of risky andheavy alcohol consumption among adultsiblings of childhood cancer survivors The study provided proof that selfsabotage and guilt are presented when anormal sibling acknowledges thedamaged siblings issues. The acknowledgement of the guilt led toheavier drinking in the siblings of thesurvivor, versus the cancer survivorthemselves.15 Although, Jeanne did not turn todrinking like the case study she neverfelt happy or joyful about heraccomplishments because of the guilt. As she got older, she was able toacknowledge and release her SurvivorsGuilt.Even a few glasses of wine or cocktailsa week may increase risk of recurrencefor breast cancer survivors,researchers found.By CRYSTAL PHENDMedPage Today Staff Writer
  16. 16. 16Jeanne Safer explains that recognizingCaliban allows the symptoms todiminish You allow children to be children, and nothing more. Self-blame becomes gratitude. Trying to earn your parents approval from your success isless important than relaxing. Fear becomes acknowledgement, and it does not rule yourlife.
  17. 17. What is the most probable outcome for this person?17When you fully acknowledge Caliban,you are no longer the normal one, theperson who either repudiates oridentifies with your damaged siblingmore than you know; you areyourself.
  18. 18. 18ReferencesLown, E. K. (2013). Prevalence and Predictors of Risky and Heavy Alcohol Consumption Among Adult Siblingsof Childhood Cancer Survivors. Psycho-Oncology, 22(5), 1134-1143.Campione-Barr, N. (2013). Differential Associations Between Domains of Sibling Conflict and AdolescentEmotional Adjustment. Child Development, 84(3), 938-954.Writer, C. (2009, December 12). Even Moderate Drinking Can Boost Chance of Breast Cancer Recurrence.Retrieved November 30, 2014, fromhttp://abcnews.go.com/Health/OnCallPlusBreastCancerNews/moderate-drinking-linked-breast-cancer-recurrence/story?id=9306082Beck, A. (2012, December 2). Emotional Sibling Abuse PSA. Retrieved November 30, 2014, fromhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbVijxXE-ToSafer, J. (2014, January 1). Welcome, readers and others who want to explore provocative ideas that arerarely discussed but that have profound effects on our lives. Retrieved November 30, 2014, fromhttp://www.jeannesaferphd.com/