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Soul Murder

The Effects of Childhood Abuse and Deprivation

by Leonard Shengold

  • 246 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Ballantine Books .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages356
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7568927M
ISBN 100449905497
ISBN 109780449905494
OCLC/WorldCa23593338

  Soul murder is the perpetration of brutal or subtle acts against children that result in their emotional bondage to the abuser and, finally, in their psychic and spiritual annihilation. In this compelling, disturbing, and superbly readable book, Dr. Leonard Shengold, 5/5(2). In , Morton Schatzman published Soul Murder, in which he gave his own interpretation of Schreber's psychosis. Schatzman's interpretation was in turn based on W. G. Niederland's research from the s, (Niederland had previously worked with survivors of Nazi concentration camps). [4].

  "[Soul Murder] should be required reading for all who are interested in the well-being of the world’s children [Shengold’s] manner is always respectful, dignified, and compassionate, and readers will find insights that are immediately useful in helping unravel the mysteries of their own, or another’s behavior. Murder of the soul. you may be terrified to read this book for fear that it will renew anguish and trigger nightmares, but After Silence is a healing book in which Raine charts a path through Author: KATHRYN HOLMQUIST.

A riveting crime novel by Irish Benedictine monk Andrew Nugent explores the darkness found in the human soul. When Maurice Tyson, housemaster at a top boys' boarding school in Ireland, is found with his throat slit, Superintendent Denis Lennon and Sergeant Molly Power of the Irish Police Force struggle to uncover any probable motive for the brutal killing. The longer time goes on and the longer the victim tries to do something about it, the more severe the abuse becomes. The narcissist/sociopath has already built an army of unwitting abusers who all help to drive the victim crazy. The long-term consequences of these actions can be a devastating, soul-crushing and reality-shattering path to be led.


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Soul murder is the perpetration of brutal or subtle acts against children that result in their emotional bondage to the abuser and, finally, in their psychic and spiritual annihilation.

In this compelling, disturbing, and superbly readable book, Dr. Leonard Shengold, clinical professor of psychiatry at Cited by: Soul murder is the perpetration of brutal or subtle acts against children that result in their emotional bondage to the abuser and, finally, in their psychic and spiritual annihilation.

In this compelling, disturbing, and superbly To abuse or neglect a child, to deprive the child of his or her own identity and ability to experience joy in life, is to commit soul murder.4/5.

Soul Murder is good first story for these characters. The premise of biblical vengence has been used before but the author tries an interesting twist on it and using a new location to set his story does give it an intersting edge.

I'll be interested to see if he can build on his characters in future stories/5(34). A riveting crime novel by Irish Benedictine Monk Andrew Nugent, which explores the terrible darkness in our souls.

When a house master is found dead at a leading boys' boarding school in Ireland, Superintendent Denis Lennon and Sergeant Molly Power of the Irish Police Force struggle to uncover any probable motive for this brutal killing.3/5.

Soul murder is the perpetration of brutal or subtle acts against children that result in their emotional bondage to the abuser and, finally, in their psychic and spiritual annihilation.

In this compelling, disturbing, and superbly readable book, Dr. Big Trouble: A Murder in a Small Western Town Sets Off a Struggle for the Soul of America by J. Anthony Lukas and a great selection of related books, art.

The observations in this book are extensions and illustrations of themes involved with child abuse and neglect taken up in my previous books, most specifically Soul Murder: Child Abuse and. Soul Murder is a work of great intellectual rigor and moral beauty" Janet Malcolm Author of In the Freud Archives "A densely documented, multifaceted book Perceptive, evocative, original." Perceptive, evocative, original."/5(28).

The term Soul Murder was first coined by the playwright Henrik Ibsen. He defined it as, “the destruction of the love of life in another human being.” Long ago, psychoanalyst Leonard Shengold wrote a book called Soul Murder wherein arbitrary edicts or a chronic lack of empathy.

About Soul Murder. To abuse or neglect a child, to deprive the child of his or her own identity and ability to experience joy in life, is to commit soul murder. Soul murder is the perpetration of brutal or subtle acts against children that result in their emotional bondage to the abuser and, finally, in their psychic and spiritual annihilation.

Schreber called his condition “soul murder.” The term, he explained, referred to the idea “widespread in the folklore and poetry of all peoples that it is somehow possible to take possession of another person’s soul.” Freud never met Schreber, but in wrote an analysis of him based on Schreber’s book Memoirs of My Nervous Illness.

Freud concluded that Schreber’s paranoia had been a defense. To abuse or neglect a child, to deprive the child of his or her own identity and ability to experience joy in life, is to commit soul murder. Soul murder is the perpetration of brutal or subtle acts against children that result in their emotional bondage to the abuser and, finally, in their psychic and spiritual : Random House Publishing Group.

From the Author Soul Murder is the first thriller in a series featuring Franco Patrese, a Pittsburgh detective with a special interest in crimes with a religious undertone. What inspired you to write this series. Several things inspired me to write this/5(40). Speaking of trauma, in therapy and in life, often involves the exploration of what Leonard Shengold,MD, called 'soul murder' in his book entitled SOUL MURDER: THE EFFECTS OF CHILDHOOD ABUSE AND DEPRIVATION, Yale University Press.

Soul murder Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid IA Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Unknown on Decem SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages:   Another kind of emotional abuse is called “soul murder.” “Soul murder” is a term coined by Leonard Shengold, a psychoanalyst.

He defined it as “the deliberate attempt to eradicate or. I Purchased Soul Murder in but looked to Amazon for a new copy today and was appalled by some of the negative evaluations. Granted this book does have a degree of jargon, but a critical reading would pull the reader into the coming into the being of childhood trauma.4/5(28).

Since the publication of Dr. Leonard Shengold’s highly acclaimed book Soul Murder inissues of child abuse have become the subject of much public debate. Now Dr. Shengold offers his latest reflections on the circumstances in which the willful abuse and neglect of children arises and on the consequences of this abuse.

Murder and soul murder are recurrent motifs in Dickens's works. Humor and sentimentality are suddenly mixed with violence. There is a persistent repetition of murder in all his novels: from The Pickwick Papers (where it appears in the melodramatic, interpolated stories) to his last, unfinished Mystery of Edwin Drood.

Dr. Shengold had been treating adult victims of childhood abuse for about 25 years when he wrote his influential book “Soul Murder,” published in.

Soul Murder Chapter One‘Midnight barbecues are the pits. I mean, in the jungle or some place roasting they might be okay. In Ireland, they’re the pits.’Wasn’t that typical of Gilhooly.

Always bitching!‘Get lost, will you, Gilhooly,’ Jim Higgins exclaimed.‘Piss off,’ the little French boy added. He was practising his : St. Martin''s Publishing Group.

Soul cannibalism results in soul murder and is a highly calculated, concealed, and methodical form of attempted murder where the essence of the victim’s being is literally devoured by the abuser as if the victim’s soul sustains their life force.Soul Murder is good first story for these characters.

The premise of biblical vengence has been used before but the author tries an interesting twist on it and using a new location to set his story does give it an intersting edge.

I'll be interested to see if he can build on his characters in future stories/5(32).