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    Title: 斷裂的意義 : 由母親的逝世說起
    Other Titles: The meaning of fracture : starts from my mother's decease
    Authors: 陳瑞慶;Chen, Ray-Ching
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育心理與諮商研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 自我敘說;男性經驗;家庭關係;self narrative;male experience;family relations
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:37:47 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 這是一篇關於母親、我,後來還有父親的一段故事。關於一個男性從母親逝世所帶來孤寂感出發,透過自我敘說與自我理解,從斷裂的關係中慢慢找尋自我,進而看見關係中他者的故事。

    This is a story about my mother and I in the begining, and later my father is involed as well. It’s a story about how a bereaved son starts to find himself for feeling of the loneliness caused from his mother’s decease. In the process, the bereaved son gradually finds himself from the broken relation through self narrative and self-understanding; moreover, he realizes the other’s story in this broken relation.

    The motivation of narrating is that I am not willing to be trapped by the helpless from my disease, and I also feel angry with the stereotype of masculinity defined by the traditional culture. I try to tell my story. Through my disease, I connect with my mother, who passed away from illness; I can feel my mother’s pain that she suffered from the disease, and I see myself in the past from my lost memories. I also find that my father, as a man like me, is limited from his own living situation for a long time. I try to understand how he feels with the heavy burden on his shoulder when playing the role of father with a viewpoint of traditional culture. In the end, I find out the fetter that never fades away.
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