Click here to read: “On Sulking” by Dr Joseph Berke.
Sulking is a state of sullen resentment, irritability and negativity manifested by and through extreme inactivity. It is a key to understanding many self destructive phenomena including the refusal to talk, to eat or to thrive. Moreover, in therapy or analysis, sulking often lies behind the negative therapeutic reaction. Most severely, conditions such as paranoia, somatic psychoses, and manic episodes may signify intense, unremitting, unrestrained sulking…Explore posts in the same categories: Papers