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Unconsciously we learn that to be loved and accepted we must disconnect from certain aspects of who we are giving up playfulness, expressing thoughts etc. Alternatively we might choose to risk alienating our family, peer group and community by being true to ourselves and express our wholeness. If we were to do this we risk losing love and acceptance.
In confirming to family and societal rules, we essentially create a lost self, a self whose aspects of thinking, feeling, acting, sensing and being go underground and under-develop. Because we crave our original wholeness we miss these parts of ourselves. In searching for our Imago match, a person who carries these lost parts will initially be very attractive.
We may even refer to them as our other half. Whilst we are initially tremendously attracted to these traits, after time we may come to dislike and despise them in our partner. This is because unconsciously we recognize that this is a trait that we deny in ourselves and had to give up in order to be accepted by our caregivers. Cerasela Vi rated it it was amazing Aug 13, Jovany Agathe rated it it was ok Dec 07, Rahul Birhade rated it it was amazing Feb 12, Kay Henden rated it liked it Aug 25, Peggy rated it it was amazing Dec 09, Jacques Adrian Powers rated it it was amazing Apr 18, Heidi Lynn rated it it was amazing Dec 20, Matt Fort rated it really liked it Jan 17, David rated it really liked it Jun 15, Patty Houser rated it really liked it Jan 13, Laurie rated it really liked it Mar 17, Stuart rated it liked it Sep 05, Flavia rated it it was amazing Oct 17, Bradley Wimer rated it really liked it Feb 09, Stephen Greenhouse rated it it was amazing Mar 02, Patrick Peterson rated it really liked it Dec 20, Phil rated it really liked it Mar 17, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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About Nathaniel Branden. Nathaniel Branden. Nathaniel Branden started reading Ayn Rand's "Fountainhead" in the summer of '44 as he was introduced to it by his sister and her giggling friends. He met Rand in California where he attended college for psychology. She responded to his fan letter. The two carried on an affair, though each was married. After a dispute, t Nathaniel Branden started reading Ayn Rand's "Fountainhead" in the summer of '44 as he was introduced to it by his sister and her giggling friends.
After a dispute, they parted and never publicly reconciled. Branden has written several books on psychology and self-esteem. He practiced psychotherapy in Los Angeles.
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