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Adler, E. Bachant, J.L. (1996). Free Association And Analytic Neutrality: The Basic Structure Of The Psychoanalytic Situation. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 44:1021-1046. […]
 . . . much less talk about, feelings of anger, envy, or abandonment just as the analyst is . . .
Adler, E. Bachant, J.L. (1998). Intrapsychic and Interactive Dimensions of Resistance: A Contemporary Perspective. Psychoanal. Psychol., 15(4):451-479. […]
 . . . isolation warding off the destructiveness of her envy. Her interventions, following this understanding, emphasized the . . . by a confrontation with her own destructive envy, as by the belief that once again . . .
Adler, G. (1980). Transference, Real Relationship and Alliance. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 61:547-558. […]
 . . . the analyst. Kernberg (1975) stresses these patients' envy as an important part of this anger. . . .
Adler, H. (1995). Recall And Repetition Of A Severe Childhood Trauma. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 76:927-943. […]
 . . . Frau R's suicidality and guilt feelings as envy of her brothers and sister, and as . . .
Adler, M. (2008). The Blank Page: Creative Imagination and its Inhibitions. Canadian J. Psychoanal., 16(1):59-73. […]
 . . . would never have. She was filled with envy of women with babies, filled with guilt, . . . complicated by unresolved conflicts involving dependency, longing, envy, and aggression, the result is anxiety and . . . around aggression, her conflicts over competition and envy, she wrote more. As we talked about . . . her that because of her feelings of envy and deprivation she had difficulty holding onto . . . well as more Oedipal themes around competition, envy, and the valuing of her female body . . .
Bachant, J.L. Adler, E. (1997). Transference: Co-Constructed Or Brought To The Interaction?. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 45:1097-1120. […]
 . . . body” in the analyst's life, the adolescent envy and curiosity about her mother's underwear and . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (1990). Charlotte Bronte and the Feminine Self. Am. J. Psychoanal., 50(1):37-43. […]
 . . . faced with the archetypical maternal monster of envy, as it arises on the oedipal level . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (1993). Object Relations Issues in the Treatment of the Preoedipal Character. Am. J. Psychoanal., 53(1):19-34. […]
 . . . primitive aggression, particularly as derived from oral envy, as the main contribution of the analyst . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (1993). The Conflict and Process Theory of Melanie Klein. Am. J. Psychoanal., 53(3):187-204. […]
 . . . resources of her breast, can stir such envy within us that anguish and despair must . . . she gives in order to lessen our envy. More viscerally, such criticism might take the . . . children. Such hostile intent only heightens our envy as we deprive ourselves of taking in . . . that she offers us. Cycles of such envy, its attitude of contempt, and its self-depleting . . . and devalued internal objects contaminated with innate envy, and disowned aggressive objects that constantly reinvaded . . . gesture” in response to Klein's examples in “Envy and Gratitude” (1957) of dream material in . . . just as has her study of primitive envy. Allowing ourselves to be the bad object . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2003). Lesbian Homoerotic Transference in Dialectic with Developmental Mourning: On the Way to Symbolism From the Protosymbolic. Psychoanal. Psychol., 20(1):131-152. […]
 . . . not received by the real mother (see “Envy and Gratitude,” Klein, 1957/1975a). When one's own . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2004). Anatomy of Regret: A Developmental View of the Depressive Position and a Critical Turn Toward Love and Creativity in the Transforming Schizoid Personality. Am. J. Psychoanal., 64(1):39-76. […]
 . . . at the end of her famous treatise “Envy and Gratitude” (1957). She speaks of her . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2005). The Case of David: On the Couch for Sixty Minutes, Nine Years of Once-a-Week Treatment. Am. J. Psychoanal., 65(2):103-134. […]
 . . . and contemptuous attitude characteristic of the father's envy. David could now associate to memories of . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2006). “My Graduation is My Mother's Funeral”: Transformation From the Paranoid-Schizoid to the Depressive Position in Fear of Success, and the Role of the Internal Saboteur. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 15(2):117-130. […]
 . . . split off and projected her hunger, her envy, and her impulses (part-self and part-objects fused . . . outside onto others—as well as the oral envy that accompanied this hunger owing to her . . . to rid herself of her insatiable hunger, envy, and ambition by merging in with the . . . also threatened to evoke Sandra's mother's dissociated envy, and Sandra would experience this threat in . . . affect states, she began to acknowledge her envy, greed, hunger, and insatiable cravings. Instead of . . . have a backlash reaction from her dissociated envy, lust for fame, power, and distinction in . . . Yet at other times, she would feel envy: “I envy your vision. I want it for . . . to a professional presentation of mine. Her envy, therefore, could be just as intense and . . . in fact explain why, when Sandra projected envy onto others, they often would take on . . . states of paralysis and states of conscious envy. In a state of helplessness and paralysis, . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2006). From Neurotic Guilt to Existential Guilt as Grief: The Road to Interiority, Agency, and Compassion through Mourning. Part II. Am. J. Psychoanal., 66(4):333-350. […]
 . . . this to her as her internal mother's envy as she separated from her mother and . . . above the negative stuff in others—like the complaints—envy—stabbing—I want to give love because you've given . . . adds, “After going through my feelings of envy and aggression the light comes out!” Helen now . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2006). From Neurotic Guilt to Existential Guilt as Grief: The Road to Interiority, Agency, and Compassion through Mourning. Part I. Am. J. Psychoanal., 66(3):239-260. […]
 . . . in the form of contempt with hidden envy and was now focused on her dead . . . a powerful hunger, and to a derivative envy, provoked by an overly giving and overly . . . would be destroyed. She projected her own envy and hunger onto others. Helen also experienced . . . onto others. Helen also experienced the actual envy and aggression from others as she had . . .
Kavaler-Adler, S. (2007). Pivotal Moments of Surrender to Mourning the Internal Parental Object. Psychoanal. Rev., 94(5):763-789. […]
 . . . in realizing that there is always competition, envy, self-interest, and greed, and your new ability . . . the face and company of competition. The envy that spoils also can be transformed into . . . spoils also can be transformed into the envy that admires and aspires to become one's . . . compassion for your hunger you can understand envy from within and give up your addiction . . . Relation to Manic Depressive States” (1940) and “Envy and Gratitude” (1957). This was a major psychological . . .
Wallerstein, R.S. Adler, M.H. (1970). Panel on 'Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy'. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 51:219-231. […]
 . . . countertransference', and most assuredly, I do not 'envy those who were taught in the rough . . .
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