Introduction to Sociology Instructor: Observing the students over the past three months has caused me to ponder over how young people mature and what influences them on a daily basis.
I agree that this is compulsive — if not more downright pathological — and while it might seem like Klara was simply in terrible mourning, I suspect that she was more stuck than mourning, and was actually attempting to mourn something even greater: It instead lies directly in her treatment of her own children: A mother who got her own emotional needs met as a child does not try to get them met from her children.
For the sake of clarity, I define narcissism as that part of the adult personality which holds the ancient emotional needs that were never met in childhood and which live on anachronistically — with the same ancient hunger for resolution.
Klara, clearly unable consciously to enter the psychic space of her childhood and truly grieve — that is, get the healing she needed — instead had an external alternative: Firstly, a non-narcissistic parent does not manipulate her child to the degree Klara Reichmann did.
She does not impose the artificial primacy of primogeniture upon them forcing her oldest child, Frieda, to be always right and more powerful in her relationships with her younger sisters. Granted, Jewish culture at the time did find it acceptable to do this with eldest sons, but that does not take away from the damage committed on the children involved.
Frieda herself later claimed, with guilt and shame, that she tried to prevent this.
How I tried to hinder my mother to make me a favorite. Besides the extra privileges she was accorded, she also developed the confident sense of entitlement oldest children often gain from successfully outpacing their rivals. Entitlement never feeds the soul.
That is why a person who gets their deepest needs met never becomes entitled when offered special privileges. Instead he or she becomes humble, which is a sign of true confidence.
Perhaps it contributed to her own lack of psychic independence, which gave Klara the opportunity to live under the care of this spinster-to-be daughter for decades.
Grete had a single famous moment of rebellion, when seemingly, without provocation, she slapped Frieda hard, right across the face.
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One wonders what Grete might have said if her deeper unconscious had been allowed to speak. I suspect her rage would have climbed a few rungs higher up the parental ladder beyond where Frieda stood. It was also reminiscent of the sporadic physical abuse Frieda tolerated self-blamingly from her patients later in life — in the name of healing them.
Through replication she was still unconsciously appeasing her family system through being the masochistic point person all those decades later. But in a family where speaking out honestly was a psychic crime, which I will explore next, this was an impossibility.
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