Alienation is one of the core psychotherapeutic concepts. It is a state of estrangement between the self and the objective world or between different parts of the personality; loss of identity in which the self seems unreal (117).
Certain attitudes and expectations may be obstacles to meaning fulfilment. They can alienate a person from the meaning potentialities in his or her life, thus accentuating neurotic disorders, or even producing them via repeated maledictions and formation of behaviour patterns (Logotherapy and Existential Analysis).
Unfinished business is defined as the unexpressed feelings that are associated with distinct memories and fantasies. These feelings are not fully experienced in awareness, denied or alienated (Gestalt Therapy) (192).
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