The language of yes in a world of no: a gay man rediscovers his silenced self.

The language of yes in a world of no: a gay man rediscovers his silenced self. Am J Psychoanal. 2013 Mar;73(1):43-61 Authors: Molofsky M Abstract Developmental issues arising from the dilemma of the protogay male child (as defined by Blum and Pfetzing in 1997) and the assaults to his sense of self are discussed in the context of the impact of the analytic attitude. Clinical material is offered as a 50-year-old gay man, troubled by his inability to form a lasting loving relationship with a man, experiences integration in the analytic relationship, stemming from what he describes as the "Yes" offered by his female analyst. PMID: 23470971 [PubMed - in process]
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