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manic defences

These concerns, in the depressive position, take the form of the phantasy that love may not be strong enough to protect the loved ones. This amounts to the infant’s anxious phantasy that his destructiveness prevails and overwhelms the loved ones (the good objects). The end result is the redoubled effort to protect and, in fact, restore them (she called this reparation). Frequently, this psychic pain of the depressive position is evaded by a particular category of defences called the manic defences. These defences work by distorting the object relations so that those important ones that the child fears to lose are dealt with by denigration – that is to say, the child gets into a state of mind where he denies their importance and says to himself, “They are no loss to me, I don’t need them!” This entails an illusion of great omnipotence.”

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Melanie Klein and internal anxiety R. D. Hinshelwood #positum

The Clinical Paradigms of MELANIE KLEIN and DONALD WINNICOTT

Jan Abram & R. D. Hinshelwood

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