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Matos, J. (2016). The relation of the inflected guilt on the internal object permanency. IJP Open, 3:13.

(2016). IJP Open, 3:13

The relation of the inflected guilt on the internal object permanency

João Matos

If there are already quite an understanding about the deflected guilt with the major contributions from Klein (1940/1975), Grinberg (2000) or Bion (1957) and others, the effects of the inflected guilt on the psych structure of an individual is poorly known and hence the relevance of this reflection. When the primary relation between the mother and the baby is coated with extreme shifted affects that seems to promote a pattern of inflected guilt on one’s inner world turning his internal objects intermittent, leading this to pathological symptoms such as panic attacks, or other more serious conditions.

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