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Development of the Self and Object Relationships

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Perhaps the most important social function parents must fulfill is that of instilling within their infants self-esteem. This self-esteem is developed in a nurturant arena in which infants are given the physical space and an interesting and novel environment in which to perform and produce (Greenspan 1996). While the parents are fulfilling this and other social functions, they are operating as selfobjects.

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