Suffer of others illness: self-therapy thought poetic autoethnography inquiry.

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      This article discusses a poetic autoethnography inquiry about living with Others-illness. I show how the relation is established between the self and society, culture and personality. I want to show my struggle with a dark experience and problems of being with Others-illness. I use a poetic autoethnography inquiry to transform myself, to understand better my experience, but also to provoke, to move, to dispute the meaning and invite to a dialogue. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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