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I bought this movie for a pretty steep price for a used video, mainly because I remember my parents taking me to see it when I was 7 years old. Now that I have seen this movie again, I realize that it is actually a very SUPERFICIAL and unusually disturbing story.... By the way, What did Rumplestiltskin do that was so wrong? So what if the guy wanted a baby? He made a legally binding agreement with Katie and she should have stuck to it. Instead, with her newfound Princess status she seeks to destroy him and once again sneak her way out of a bad situation. Overall, I ended up feeling rather sad for Rumplestiltskin and think he should have gotten to keep the baby. Katie had a responsibility to that troll and she should have kept it! In fact, I would have rather seen the KING sucked into a firey pit in the floor than Rumplestiltskin... This is not a movie I would reccomend for kids to watch and hopefully it didn't effect my seven year old brain too much when I first saw it back in the 80's.
Originally posted by MischeviousElf
reply to post by pekle
Glad to have inspired someone, Have returned your U2U.
I am sure all would like to see the animation. It's fine by me if you use the info I posted, refer it to my user name and you have to source it to this thread and ATS.
i would as well as I am not too sure on the Legal Aspects of this check with the ATS staff, SO or Crakuer or Simon Gray as to the legal aspects of this.
I know all of our work done here can be used by the ATS LLC as they deem fit with no reward to us, however I am not sure how that would fit into any further work you do, and the Creative Commons aspect of it. So to make sure it is referred to properly, to know your rights of any work you produce from this site and so forth give one of them a u2u for clarification.
Maybe one of them could explain here to us, if I wanted to draw on any of the work ive contributed to ATS as well, where does the creative Commons aspect lie? would it be mine or ATS stuff or joint commons as such?
Originally posted by Matyas
reply to post by Rumpelstiltskin
And indeed you are (due where credit is due). We have no intention to steal your thunder.
I welcome you to join us if you so desire. Together we can make this prison break.
And of course PD too...
Origins of Mental Illness
According to Western culture, the origin of mental illness can be attributed to two main sources, psychological/psychiatric trauma, and organic causes that lead to the manifestation of a disease, for example, the dopamine theory to schizophrenia or the serotonin theories of depression. Within the Mexican culture, however, there ar a multitude of causes for psychopathology and its related behavior. Torrey (1972) describes three etiological pathways:
1. Psychopathology that is influenced by natural causes. For example the curandero disorder empacho is usually caused by some food that has not digested properly.
2. Psychopathology that has been influenced by emotional causes. For example susto, which is often caused by a severe fright, or Envidia, which may be caused by a severe desire or jealousy.
3. Psychopathology that might be influenced by supernatural causes. For example those influenced by God as punishment for a particular behavior.
In attempting to explore the differences in curanderismo and psychiatry, one can begin with E.F. Torrey's A Shared Worldview The Principle of Rumpelstiltskin. In this important book, Torrey uses the story of Rumpelstiltskin to illustrate an important cultural assumption - that the therapist knows the right name to assign a disorder. But, according to Torrey, in order to know the proper name the therapist must share some of the patient's worldview concerning the disorder itself.
Torrey characterizes a shared worldview as a demonstrated awareness and an appreciation for the diversity of cultures, specifically the concept of a shared worldview between the therapist and patient. This concept implies that therapists will examine their own cultural perspective, and also familiarize with the cultures of patients.
Torrey recommends that therapists be flexible in their therapeutic approaches in order to develop a set of techniques that is consonant with the cultural belief system of their patients. Other cultures have alternative equivalents to psychotherapy, and although the means may differ, the fundamental ends of helping the patient feel better, remains the same.
Basic Clinical and Research Questions | Language and Acculturation | La Familia (The Family) | Origins of Mental Illness | El Curandero (The Healer) | Case Example: Esperanza | Case Example: Lorenzo | Cultural Stepping Stones and the DSM | Assessment Model | Summary and Conclusion | References