Fraser Trevor Fraser Trevor Author
Title: As children, in the womb or newly born, we are entirely dependent on our parents.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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The mis-recognition of the Child within ourselves begins early in life. At conception, during the period spent in the womb, at birth and...
In the Womb
The mis-recognition of the Child within ourselves begins early in life. At conception, during the period spent in the womb, at birth and in the first years of life, the vulnerable child runs the risk of finding its natural expectations misinterpreted and disregarded. As children, in the womb or newly born, we are entirely dependent on our parents. Our natural desires lead us to expect that we will be received with love and attention, respected in our vulnerability and have our needs, including our affective needs, punctually met: we expect recognition.

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