His father never really cared for Johnny Cash. His father liked his brother Jack most of all. His brother Jack was right above Johnny in age. Johnny loved him and they were very close. One day Jack was going to go work in the shop class at school to help make extra money for the family. Jack used a large saw that the safety had been taken off. In an unfortunate accident the saw cut Jack right in the gut and ribs. A few days later Jack died and this made Johnny very sad and it would forever change Johnny’s life. Jack was always the one that JR’s father went after when he was drunk. Now it was up to Johnny to become the strong sibling. After his brother’s death Johnny’s father said that he wished that it would have been Johnny who had died that day. This was a tragedy that Johnny would never quite get over.
In the psychodynamic viewpoint the non acceptance of his father was always a traumatic thing for him to deal with. His father never told him that he loved him and was never proud of him until his sign...
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... it is my feeling that it would be very difficult if not impossible to rehabilitate Johnny Cash. I hold this view because there were many efforts made to reach out to him while living and he had even done several treatment programs. He seemed at times to be very supportive in seeking help. His lifestyle however would make it extremely difficult for him to stay in a consistent treatment program.
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