By Paula Heimann
About young ones and Children-no-longer is the lengthy awaited selection of Paula Heimann's released and unpublished papers.
From the printed paintings it comprises the seminal paper 'On Countertransference' (1950); 'Dynamics and Transference Interpretations' (1956); 'Some Notes on Sublimation' (1959); and 'Notes at the Anal degree' (1962). additionally, newer works are released right here in English for the 1st time, describing the author's specific integration of thought and technique.
Paula Heimann's rules on an undifferentiated early part of little one improvement and its implications for analytic strategy, with her detailed wisdom of either Kleinian item kinfolk and classical idea and procedure, make her paintings very appropriate either to present-day perform and the certainty of the ancient improvement of a few crucial psychoanalytic ideas.
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Later she noticed the ulcers in her mouth. I may say here that she never drinks when level-headed. In fact, one of her great anxieties is that she might become addicted to alcohol as her father was. I will now summarize these points. The patient started by mentioning that she was fed up and her mouth was full of ulcers. Then she proceeded to tell me the events of the day preceding the ulcers, that is to say, the history of the ulcers. (1) A ‘fool of a man’ had scratched her car. (2) She had made scathing remarks to a bad woman.
The patient started by mentioning that she was fed up and her mouth was full of ulcers. Then she proceeded to tell me the events of the day preceding the ulcers, that is to say, the history of the ulcers. (1) A ‘fool of a man’ had scratched her car. (2) She had made scathing remarks to a bad woman. (3) She hurt the woman by a reference to her age and by demanding that she should yield up driving to herself (the younger and more intelligent woman). (4) The woman had a red ‘beery’ face (was drunk).
When she was going along in her car, after all her excitement and anger about the man driving into it, another car exceeding the speed limit drove up on her wrong side. ’ In front there was a lorry which gave a sign and turned to the right into a side turning. Immediately after that the woman on her left, without giving any sign, turned to the right also, passing in front of my patient’s car, and in order to avoid a collision she herself quickly swerved her own car into the same right-hand turning, although she had intended to go straight on.