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Situated on the margin between the inner and outer world, boundaries are distinctive aspects of our selves, especially well-suited to represent issues involving separation and individuation. Psychologically speaking, the boundaries between people are veritable lightning rods for fantasy and conflict generated by explosive issues of merger: getting more than can be given, the unknowable uniqueness of the other, and unconditional parenting, to accent just a few.
— Adler, E., Bachant, J.L. (1996). Free association and analytic neutrality: the basic structure of the psychoanalytic situation, Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 44: 1021-1046.
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