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Published on Nov 17, 2009
Highlights: 0:20 Jane explains how in the last hundred years of psychoanalysis TV group therapy is a milestone.Goes over two member's responses, one who talks too much and another who can't but both do so to avoid deep feelings. Freud's dual drive. 2:00 Kay starts off after Jane's intro "I want to know why Lana can't get a man (or at least a date)",Lana explains. 3:10 "Don't worry" says beautiful Regan," I can't either except with almost married men." 5:00 Jane asks if Kay develops her Eros feelings toward Lana would she find that useful (Lana says "sure" but doesn't explore what Jane said and goes back to discussing Kay and starts to give advice to Kay. 6:30 "I've never been in love" - (Regan) but gets talked over by Barbara..Jane tries to help Regan by getting Barbara to take in what Regan said. Doesn't work. Jane tries to bring out Regan's obvious aggression towards Barbara "I can't. I want Barbara to like me." "What happens if she doesn't like you... What happens internally? " [Jane 8:50] "I don't know" [Regan].Carol agrees with Regan. 9:50 "If you back away from your own aggression you back away from half of what you are." 12:15 Jane talks about a patient who could never say anything negative against his parents, he would fall asleep when talking about his mother. He eventually developed cancer. Jane thinks maybe he turned feelings he wanted to hide from, these aggressive feelings towards his own body. Drugs and Alcohol are ways to hide from feelings. 14:15 Barbara describes her Borderline Personality Disorder. "They think it is genetic..." and goes on to say she wants to kill herself. 15:35 Lana responds and Kay responds to Lana's response (aggression builds) Jane tries to point out the unspoken and asks Andres what he thinks. Andres said his first impulse was "it is an act" but then he felt it especially when he shifted his legs. 17:40 Regan asks "What's real?" 19:55 Jane wants to hear from Andres. How do you feel sitting next to Carol? "She is calming." (20:00 Jane interrupts to tell the rule about not talking into subgroups) Andres continues 21:45 and struggles with what Regan brought up "I'm not 80 but..." "So you are hitting on me?" says Regan. Jane appreciates Andres command of language and uses it to explain the importance of language to this method of psychoanalysis. 24:25 Regan says she cannot write for the life of her. Jane ends by responding to Kay's description of killed instincts due to sexual abuse by saying this process of psychoanalysis is understanding the unconscious - that much of what Kay brought up is unconscious.