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The ‘alien’ aspects of the self may be externalized into an attachment figure. Using processes often described in the clinical literature as projective identification, the attachment figure is manipulated into feeling the emotions that have been internalized as part of the self but are not entirely felt to be ‘of the self ’. These are not self-protective manoeuvres in the sense of needing to shed feelings which the individual cannot acknowledge, but rather they protect the self from the experience of incongruence or incoherence that has the potential to generate far deeper anxieties (cf.
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