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Laine, A. (2013). Some reflections on the origin of hate between man and woman. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 36(2):80-88.

(2013). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 36(2):80-88

Some reflections on the origin of hate between man and woman

Aira Laine

There is no love without hate and no hate without love; their opposite is indifference. According to Winnicott, human being’s deepest guilt evolves when his hate is stronger than his love. This paper will explore how the origin of hate may lie in early helplessness, in the difference between sexes and disturbances of developmental phases. Finally, it will be illustrated how hate can protect love in a relationship between man and woman.

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