The Interlocking of Self and Object during Life Development


Publisher: Jason Aronson, Inc.

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In the family, each person is a primary object for every other family member. Not only are the parents the primary objects for the children, but the children become new primary objects for each parent, potentially strengthening the marital bond because the parents share the children as objects for care and concern as well as for introjection.

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