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A Brief History of Creative Work and PlutonomyThe Era of Maniacal Depression and Suicides

A Brief History of Creative Work and Plutonomy: The Era of Maniacal Depression and Suicides [How can we analyze the trauma of Noriyasu? On an average estimate, there are almost 40,000 people that suicide every year in Japan. That means in a day around 100 individuals end their lives in suicides. Studies say majority of them have gone through some kinds of existential traumas similar to Noriyasu. This is not particular only to Japan: it is everywhere. The number of people who lost all interests in living a life is, on the increase in the globalized world. The common men of today are being subjected to some kind of fear leading to maniacal depressions and traumas, and at worst cases they end their lives willingly. This may be the case of day-to-day trauma of many in the world. To address this psychological decline, the modern psychoanalysts, can immediately suggest any perfect sure shot solutions. The dispensation of antidepressant medication, and other psychotropic drugs by psychotherapists and doctors is a major problem in the world today. Drug over dose fatalities, according to American CDC report is 70,237, in 2017.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

A Brief History of Creative Work and PlutonomyThe Era of Maniacal Depression and Suicides

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Publisher
Springer Singapore
Copyright
© The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2021
ISBN
978-981-15-9262-1
Pages
117 –119
DOI
10.1007/978-981-15-9263-8_18
Publisher site
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Abstract

[How can we analyze the trauma of Noriyasu? On an average estimate, there are almost 40,000 people that suicide every year in Japan. That means in a day around 100 individuals end their lives in suicides. Studies say majority of them have gone through some kinds of existential traumas similar to Noriyasu. This is not particular only to Japan: it is everywhere. The number of people who lost all interests in living a life is, on the increase in the globalized world. The common men of today are being subjected to some kind of fear leading to maniacal depressions and traumas, and at worst cases they end their lives willingly. This may be the case of day-to-day trauma of many in the world. To address this psychological decline, the modern psychoanalysts, can immediately suggest any perfect sure shot solutions. The dispensation of antidepressant medication, and other psychotropic drugs by psychotherapists and doctors is a major problem in the world today. Drug over dose fatalities, according to American CDC report is 70,237, in 2017.]

Published: Nov 11, 2020

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