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Vincent, M. (2015). Early Insomnia: Insomnia during the First Six Month of Life. Rom. J. Psychoanal., 8(2):82-100.

(2015). Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis, 8(2):82-100

Early Insomnia: Insomnia during the First Six Month of Life

Michel Vincent

Early insomnia in a six months old infant born to young parents is understood by reference to narcissism, a psychoanalytic concept introduced by S. Freud and later developed to make sense of a variety of pathologies. Consultation with a psychoanalyst is the treatment to cure the anxiety responsible for the pain.

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