ECOLOGY OF CORPOREALITY WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF SUBJECT RELATIONS
K.I. Vorobyova, E.G. Barkova
Klarissa Ivanovna Vorobyova – Rector of Far Eastern Institute of Psychology and Psychoanalysis.
Elena Georgievna Barkova – Student of Far Eastern Institute of Psychology and Psychoanalysis.
The article presents the empirical study of the influence the distortion of the corporeal ecology, estrangement from one’s body, self-negativity hold on the subjective wellbeing and self-appraisal of a person. It has been established that within the object-based attitude towards corporeality, body appears qua object of estimation, assessment, manipulation and power-driven controlling. The attitude becomes subject-oriented when a person lets him/herself be what he/she is inherently, when one accepts all their drawbacks and weaknesses, viewing their personality in all its complexity.