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Subjectivités pendant l’urgence cardiaque

Abstract : What happens to subjects confronted with a heart attack? The raid of symptoms in the body activates mentalphenomena in order to deal with a threat to the life. The subject living a crisis is a self to protect as oneself, anda self to transform into a suffering self, requiring care. Two levels of deliberations are invested: the self as abody in crisis, and the self, as a subject in crisis. The urgency of self-preservation is psychic and physical. Byrepresenting the self with full capacities, subject in crisis fight against the anxiety caused by the myocardialinfarction. But while the oneself resists, the body in crisis imposes its temporality and threatens life. Urgentacceptance as a suffering self is facilitated by mindfulness of the self as body and subject. By listening to bodysensations and vulnerability in the present, subjects are more inclined to ask for care.
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Marianne Cottarre-Lafitte. Subjectivités pendant l’urgence cardiaque. Education. Conservatoire national des arts et metiers - CNAM, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017CNAM1156⟩. ⟨tel-01744012⟩



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