What follows has never been demonstrated before;
an actual personality – Britney Spears breaking down as-seen-on video through a Sullivanian lens.
On pages 358-359 of the “Interpersonal Theory of Psychiatry,”
there is set forth a set of circumstances Sullivan outlines regarding ‘being-taken-advantage-of.’
The sufferer starts off her walk into submission/humiliation by utilizing an attitude of helplessness (within a ‘spurious personality‘) which she “selectively in-attends to.” This is accomplished by utilizing the Sullivanian “Substitute Processes” within her personality while engaged with a significant other who ‘gains interpersonal security by vassalizing others,’ in other words, by being taken advantage of in this manner; ushering in a “Blocking” of the personality and consequently into a submergence of consciousness known as a “Fugue State.” *
A personality breakdown– seen emerging in these terms mentioned above – takes Britney Spears from being relatively well-adjusted and highly-skilled in interpersonal relations into a break with reality resulting in her being wheeled into an ER with a mental breakdown, losing custody of her children to the very man who helped destroy her, and at present (January 2015) is still a ward-of-the-court (albeit making around $30,000,000 a year for her handlers and a court-maintained bank account).
The purpose of this work here will be to demonstrate that the sufferer gains greater understanding of items heretofore unable to be admitted into consciousness. Within these Sullivanian ‘moments of illumination,’ reductions in anxiety are initiated and delusionary architecture is loosened to the extent that psychiatric drugs will no longer be necessary to achieve a panic-free state. There must be a curtailing of dosage to accompany the gaining of understanding. Anxieties will lessen remarkably as the client is able to enter the Meditation / Observation Exercise. This is a tool recommended above all things (www.fhu.com).
These Sullivanian concepts are demonstrated for the first time in video of Britney Spears reflecting Selective In-attention, Chronic Low Self-esteem, Fugue States, Being Taken Advantage of and Substitute Processes.
* Britney’s case is outlined In a chapter within “Special Circumstances” on p359 in Sullivan’s “Interpersonal Theory of Psychiatry”