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Stern, D.B. (2006). Opening what has been Closed, Relaxing what has been Clenched: Dissociation and Enactment Over Time in Committed Relationships. Psychoanal. Dial., 16(6):747-761.

(2006). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 16(6):747-761

Opening what has been Closed, Relaxing what has been Clenched: Dissociation and Enactment Over Time in Committed Relationships

Donnel B. Stern, Ph.D.

I use dissociation and the concept of the multiple self to link Mitchell's profound insight with Goldner's critique. In the process, I use the idea of dissociation to think about the nature of different kinds of long-term relationships.

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