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Kulish, N. (2016). Nancy Kulish on 'Obstacles to Oedipal Passion'. PEP/UCL Top Authors Project, 1(1):10.

(2016). PEP/UCL Top Authors Project, 1(1):10

Nancy Kulish on 'Obstacles to Oedipal Passion' Related Papers

An Interview with:
Nancy Kulish, Ph.D.

Nancy Kulish discusses the problems that passion can cause for both analysts and patients. She relates passionate feelings to the Oedipal situation and suggests that a degree of unforgetting of Oedipal passion is necessary both in order to take pleasure in life and to work empathically and sensitively as an analyst. She also considers some of the reasons for the historical neglect and misrepresentation of female sexuality in particular.

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