• Ja hears Je’s complaints of YF.
  • Ja agrees because she also has the same complaints of YF.
  • One day, Ja feels incompetent and realizes that she shares similar flaws as YF. This is experienced as shame (or abjection).
  • Instead of experiencing this as a case where Ja’s disgust is directed at herself (shame), Ja imagines Je to be an internalized witness. She then projects the accusing gaze onto Je, and imagines Je to complain about herself.

~ by moz on June 16, 2016.

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