Bedürfnisnot-Gefühle

14:18 Jul 31, 2020
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German to Italian translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Psychology / Mediazione nei conflitti
German term or phrase: Bedürfnisnot-Gefühle
Ausdruck und Klärung der Gefühle kann so direkt zur Aufdeckung der unerfüllten Bedürfnisse hinführen. Das ist allerdings nicht einfach, denn die unmittelbaren Bedürfnisnot-Gefühle werden oft gar nicht bewusst gespürt, weil viele Menschen in der Kindheit gelernt haben, den Schmerz, der mit nichterfüllten Bedürfnissen zusammenhängt, zu verdrängen oder durch Schutzhaltungen zu überspielen.
Danila Moro
Italy
Local time: 11:19


Summary of answers provided
4Sentimenti di bisogno (impellenti)
Alessandro Colagiovanni


  

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Sentimenti di bisogno (impellenti)


Explanation:
In psicologia di parla di "sentimenti di bisogno" ( Il paziente che si fa prendere da rabbie diventa consapevole degli intensi sentimenti di bisogno per i quali egli si sente inconsciamente colpevole)

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Alessandro Colagiovanni
Netherlands
Local time: 11:19
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian, Native in FrenchFrench
Notes to answerer
Asker: la tua traduzione sarebbe Bedürfnis-Gefühle, ma c'è in mezzo qul Not e il discorso è più complesso. Comuque avevo già consegnato. Ho messo, talvolta emozioni connesso allo stato di deprivazione, talvolta, mi pare, bisognosità.

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