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The Envy of Love Feeling as a Factor of Influence on the Self and Its Deviations

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In this article we discuss the theme of envy given its importance in the analytical work, especially when it presents itself as a central point within the analysis work. I tried to handle it within a somewhat broad view, quoting some authors who discuss the theme to enlighten less evident aspects of its expression, emphasizing the personal damage of the coexistence of this presence within the self. We bring cutouts of our work with Guida, a 45-year-old woman to present the traces of her presence and promote a moment to think about which theory we supported to understand her, since this choice changes the clinical work development. Although envy is a feeling that can create difficulties in relationships, especially the most intimate ones, its internal marks are deep and permanent, and lead to a feeling of perennial dissatisfaction. I´ve used an intersection between a short story in the Brazilian literature to approach the envy of a feeling, a love´s feeling, the mother´s love feeling that could only be saw in the mother´s perspective look to her other children’s. I also present their consequences to the self´s construction and their posterior choices.

DOI 10.11648/j.ss.20211003.17
Published in Social Sciences (Volume 10, Issue 3, June 2021)
Page(s) 125-131
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Keywords

Envy, Desire, Frustration, Incompleteness, Environment Fault, Narcissism, Ideal

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