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Published on Feb 10, 2010
0:30 Starts with Dr. Jane Goldberg talking about mothers having more children This session follows the blow-up previous session of three members leaving the group and three new "arrivals" .0:30 talking about more children and how the older children "hear" an unconscious message that they were not enough - a rejection in a sense. This induces aggression, usually directed towards the mother, the bearer of new life. 3:00 Walter, a new one, is not interested in the past stories of why the old ones left.. 4:00 Kay wants Dee to feel more comfortable about the old ones leaving in spite of the fact that Dee had called her a "kiss-ass" in the previous session 6:00 Paul feels that the here and now is more important and the problem is Barbara's dominance (at 9:00) Detail of Andres "death" 11:21 (it was interesting to Jane that when she had used a Modern Psychoanalytic Training technique, that is, using her induced feelings to understand the character of the person in this case by declaring her love for Andres, he left!) 16:35 Molly, a new person, describes her reason for attending which is dealing with depression and talks about past emotional work vs medication that just masks the issues ( 19:25 ) 21:00 "I'll get up for someone else but when it comes to doing the things I want to do for myself....I'm just exhausted" Walter goes on about repressed feelings as having a profound effect on the immune system. possibly even more than genetics. Ends with Molly responding to the "starving Armenians aversion therapy"" as "lame" but Jane catching it that "The prevailing feeling I am having about you and your depression is that in the face of it you feel really helpless" . Molly answers "yes" .