Erik H. Erikson quotes

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The fact remains that the human being in early childhood learns to consider one or the other aspect of bodily function as evil, sh ...
The American adolescent, then, is faced, as are the adolescents of all countries who have entered or are entering the machine age, ...
Every adult, whether he is a follower or a leader, a member of a mass or of an elite, was once a child. He was once small. A sense ...
Freud was once asked what he thought a normal person should be able to do well. The questioner probably expected a complicated ans ...
It is not easy to construct by mere scientific synthesis a foolproof system which will lead our children in a desired direction an ...
The infant's first social achievement, then, is his willingness to let the mother out of sight without undue anxiety or rage, beca ...
Children must eventually train their own children, and any impoverishment of their impulse life, for the sake of avoiding friction ...
We must learn to differentiate between fears and anxieties. Fears are states of apprehension which focus on isolated and recogniza ...
The playing adult steps sideward into another reality; the playing child advances forward to new stages of mastery....Child's play ...
Parents must not only have certain ways of guiding by prohibition and permission; they must also be able to represent to the child ...
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