By Glen Keane
Adam Raccoon learns a lesson approximately worrying an excessive amount of for fabric issues.
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In today's drawing the starfish also had many teeth and this expressed his attacks by biting. These attacks seemed to link with his armoured car shooting and spitting fire in the dream. Such fears entered also into yesterday's play when he had wished to keep the family happy but could not carry it through. These fears drove him to destroy the family in various ways. e. Daddy's genital. In the previous day's play the dog, which was the only survivor, represented himself; but this meant that he (the dog) had eaten up the family.
But he feared that he would in this way deprive Mummy, who he felt also contained a ‘good’ Daddy genital (Note I). Richard suddenly asked whether, if he went to school in the autumn, the big boys would ‘hurt’ him. While saying this he bent his head so that it touched the mast of one of the battleships; he fingered it to see whether it pricked. Mrs K. said that he had just shown how he felt about these big boys who would hurt him, particularly by injuring or destroying his genital. At the same time he wished to play with their genitals, partly to find out how dangerous they were.
Mrs K. repeated what she had already told him earlier (Fourth Session) in reply to his questions about her family, that Mr K. was dead. Richard said he had forgotten this. He wanted to find out which side Mr K. was on in the last war. He added that he really knew that he must have been on the other side. ) Mrs K. interpreted that he had forgotten that Mr K. was dead because this had stirred up the fear of his father's death; also his distrust of Mr K. being an enemy brought him rather near to Hitler; in his mind Mr K.