Freud

The Origins of Primitive or Unthinkable Anxieties in Winnicott’s Theory of Early Development in reference to Freudian and Kleinian viewpoints

Introduction ‘Primitive’ or ‘Unthinkable Anxieties’ is a threat to the human being’s psyche. It is experienced as a menace of an imminent destruction or as a feeling of disintegration. This experience is a type of fantasy or feeling of helplessness towards inner or outer danger, against which the person cannot take any protective action. In…

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