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Marlin, O. (1988). Parenthood in the Life of the Analyst. Contemp. Psychoanal., 24:470-477.

(1988). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 24:470-477

Parenthood in the Life of the Analyst

Olga Marlin, Ph.D.

THINKING ABOUT THIS PAPER, I decided to write it in a personal rather than scholarly manner although this proved to be a much more difficult task. It required exposure and openness which I had to struggle for. I hope that sharing it in this way will be more meaningful, here, since we are attempting to evaluate our experiences and development as analysts. This topic is obviously very complex. In presenting my reflections and thoughts, I will try to give some answers to the following questions.


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