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Tolpin, M. (2007). The Divided Self: Shifting an Intrapsychic Balance the Forward Edge of a Kinship Transference: To Bleed like Everyone Else. Psychoanal. Inq., 27(1):50-65.

(2007). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 27(1):50-65

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Marian Tolpin, M.D.

The author discusses Judith Pickles's case “Alone Together” from a self psychological forward edge perspective. The importance of the forward edge focus is delineated not as a replacement for but as an addition to the more traditional repetitive edge focus.

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