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Coleman, D.J. (1973). Archives of General Psychiatry. XXVI, 1972: On the Incapacity To Love. Arnold Goldberg. Pp. 3-7.. Psychoanal Q., 42:659.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Archives of General Psychiatry. XXVI, 1972: On the Incapacity To Love. Arnold Goldberg. Pp. 3-7.

(1973). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 42:659

Archives of General Psychiatry. XXVI, 1972: On the Incapacity To Love. Arnold Goldberg. Pp. 3-7.

Donald J. Coleman

Goldberg reports on a small series of patients ranging in age from seventeen to twenty-two years. He applied Kohut's theories to these adolescents who complained of feeling that they were unable to love and were therefore missing something. The author foresees criticisms of his abbreviated outline of psychotherapy and lists them in his paper. The patients' yearnings and 'object hunger' were interpreted as an inner structural lack. Following therapy these young people were apparently better able to cope; this may have occurred as a result of the experience of being understood. This brief report will be of interest to those interested in the problems of narcissism.

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Coleman, D.J. (1973). Archives of General Psychiatry. XXVI, 1972. Psychoanal. Q., 42:659

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