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Our current approach is a function of where we are in history, socially, culturally, and politically, and not a function of addiction, so it is inevitable we will see it in a post-industrial context. Some Jungians, Meade (1993) for example, would put forward the idea that the things that we become addicted to were at some point sacred. Alcohol, opium, tobacco, chocolate, etc. Some arguments in this context see addiction as an emptying out of ritual and sacred space emphasising the failure of community to recognise changes in progress through the stations of life.
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This week we are discussing, after the break, how he has come to have a mind of his own, how he can think and operate in the group not free from but attending to his anxieties and internal dynamics as they present in the team he works in, to work with the team’s anxieties. Also, how to differentiate between himself and the context within which he is embedded. Mr B History Mr B’s family of origin is small, only him, his mother and his father. His mother had a narcissistic wounding out of which she imposed her mind on Mr B in such a way that for her he was an object of her mind, rather than being a self in his own right.