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«Anyone who suffers visual degeneration finds it necessary to accept a great many minor things that together form a larger whole»

07/11/2016 · خبر
20161107 Felipe Yagüe ràdio Ciutat de Badalona

The head of psychological attention at the Institut de la Màcula, Felipe Yagüe, has explained on the Badalona Matí radio programme the work he performs with those affected by processes of visual degeneration. «There needs to be learning because one begins to function in a new manner and this different functionality causes psychological commotion». The morning slot of the station Ràdio Ciutat de Badalona focused on what those suffering vision loss find themselves accepting. «This involves”, Mr Yagüe added, “acceptance that is behavioural, by doing things in a different way, and at the same time, it is emotional and also social. The accepting of a great many minor things that together form a much larger whole, with which one must come to terms in order to get along with life».

«One swaps the challenge of taking a master’s degree in California to that of going out for a coffee in a bar. This swap is practically existential: adaptation obligatorily involves new desires, interests etc. It’s a very great change»

Mr Yagüe said that adaptation «ends up being achieved through actions: one swaps the challenge of taking a master’s degree in California to that of going out for a coffee in a bar. This swap is practically existential: adaptation obligatorily involves new desires, interests etc. It’s a very great change».

The psychological care service is provided exclusively to patients of the Institut de la Màcula, in collaboration with the Barcelona Macula Foundation.

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