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She then became preoccupied with whether it was poison or me". Jane's wish to poison the therapy has often seemed stronger than her wish for m e , and she now often suspected my motives in seeming to help her. Her most frequent fantasy was that I was "in it for the money". Throughout her second year of therapy, Jane wrote a novel about a young woman who had survived an abusive family. Drawing strongly on autobiographical details, the novel appeared to be informed by a paranoid-schizoid perspective, and enabled Jane to maintain a position as supreme victim while righteously acting out her vengeful and murderous fantasies on paper.
He felt used and trapped by her. He also thought that she was behaving unprofessionally and wondered whether she was wishing to seduce him. Mr Y was the eldest of four children who were brought up by a succession of nannies and au pair girls. Within weeks of starting therapy Mr Y fell passionately in love with a girl who was younger than himself and he no longer felt trapped by the older woman at work. I was not sure how to understand this sudden eruption of feeling. I wondered if this affair was a flight from the therapy or if something had become unblocked.
They had developed a well-worn pattern of intense argument usually relating to jealousy, occasional violence, desertion and reunion, and sex that included humiliation for Jane. There appeared to be a n addictive bond that operated at a perverse rather than supportive level, and it appeared that moments of warmth and concern between the two were exceedingly rare. When Jane told these tales, her sly smile would appear fleetingly. It seemed to me that when engaged in these activities, she would lose the capacity to think and only feel the addictive excitement and great rushes of adrenalin.
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