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She draws pleasure only from the fact that she has put a man "in his place," that she has "castrated" him. Yet she is unable to understand why no lasting relationship develops. Shifts between ingratiating and aggressive behavior, shifts which are hardly related to the real situation but are produced mainly as a result of deep-lying insecurity and emotional confusion, lead to repeated failures in social and personal contacts. The result of such failure is increased emotional isolation. d. Conformity and the Fear of the Different.

He remains detached' and isolated, without any warmth, and gains small satisfaction from his popularity. At the height of his successful business career he now has only one wish, which reveals his deep resignation: he wants to retire as soon as possible. The admission of such resignation is rare. Generally the patients make frantic efforts to establish human contacts, but their deep-rooted doubts about themselves frustrate their attempts even before they get started. Unwittingly they destroy every incipient relationship by wavering between extremes of behavior.

Their relationship to patient. 6. Other persons frequently interacting with members of the patient's household. Their relationship with patient. Infancy to Adolesence 1. Patient's infant rearing experiences: Nursing, weaning, sphincter training, enuresis, infantile masturbation. Is there evidence that any of the above were culturally atypical? 2. Childhood: Friendships; first sexual knowledge—age at which this was acquired; circumstances, patient's reaction if known; type and intensity of patient's religious education.

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