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Shame and jealousy : the hidden turmoils

By: Mollon, Phil
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Psychoanalytic ideas: 5)London/New York Karnac 2004 reprintDescription: xiii, 162p.; bibliog. refs.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 1855759187Subject(s): Shame | JealousyLOC classification: BF575.S45 M66 2002
Contents:
1 Shame and jealousy. 2 Further reflections on shame. 3 Psychic murder syndrome. 4 Jealousy. 5 Shame in the psychoanalytic consulting room. Concluding summary. A note on psychoanalysis for the general reader
Abstract: '...shame and jealousy are examined as hidden turmoils; as basic human feelings found in everyone but often suppressed and neglected....Mollon argues that feelings of shame form an intrinsic part of the analytic encounter but "astonishingly, this shame-laden quality of the psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic setting is rarely addressed."'
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 149-158) and index.

1 Shame and jealousy. 2 Further reflections on shame. 3 Psychic murder syndrome. 4 Jealousy. 5 Shame in the psychoanalytic consulting room. Concluding summary. A note on psychoanalysis for the general reader

'...shame and jealousy are examined as hidden turmoils; as basic human feelings found in everyone but often suppressed and neglected....Mollon argues that feelings of shame form an intrinsic part of the analytic encounter but "astonishingly, this shame-laden quality of the psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic setting is rarely addressed."'

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