By Diane Doyle Pita
This thoroughly revised and up to date version of Addictions Counseling is largely learn via specialist counselors in addition to ministers, lecturers, and nurses. themes comprise the counselor's position in restoration, therapy methods, and pattern remedies.
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I went on to say that this behaviour towards me seemed also to be taking place inside himself, as if a bit of him were trying to talk about something and another apparently unconnected bit of him, not listening, was soothing him. Later on I told him that there seemed to be in him simultaneously two parallel relationships. In one he had split a part of himself into me and was perceiving me as being in need of reassurance, and himself as having to provide this assurance. At the same time, together with what was going on between us, a part of himself was behaving towards another part of him in the way I have just described.
My interpretations referred to the man as my partner; when we came together she felt left out and alone. In her anger she tried to pull him out like the top of the bun, turning it into a mess. This partner’s penis was confused in her mind with the nipple felt as joining the breast to make a joined couple; by pulling it out she spilled the contents and turned them into a mess. Having understood this, we could then work on her fears of being found out, and the links with the present situation of her difficulties with her flat.
This excitement, as I have said before, is created not only by her being a permanent outside witness, but mainly by getting, in her mind, into the inside of each member and feeling that she makes them act. This excitement is a substitute for the real thing, as she never participates in the real scientific life of the laboratory, and it is excitement like that of the perversion which is substituted for real life. I should like to emphasise the difference between the patient’s work as a secretary, in which she is efficient, doing real work for which she is evidently highly assessed by the people with whom she works, and the scientific work of the laboratory which is much more valued by her than her actual tasks.