Borderline defenses and countertransference: research findings and implications.

Abstract

Among Main's (1957) several cogent insights about the nature of defensive and countertransferential reactions to those so-called "special" patients who ungraciously refuse to improve - patients who in today's parlance would most assuredly be diagnosed as borderline - is his hypothesis that some of us may flee some of the time into research activities to… (More)

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