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Saturday, November 15, 2008

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Thanks for this interesting dialogue. I suppose the risk of Kernberg's approach is exacerbating the patient's fundamental shame-about-self that can drive narcissistic pathology to begin with, while the risk of Kohut's approach is iatrogenic promotion of, well, shamelessness.

Novalis,

Very well put.

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