The approaches of Glasser (1979; 1986; 1996; 1998), Khan (1969; 1979), Socarides (1974) and Welldon
(1988; 2011) are of particular relevance to this paper.
points out that it's not always appreciated how a sense of being favored or "chosen" contributes to confusion in the abused child, which will lead him or her to expect to be at the center of all confusions and ambivalences in later life.
In the midst of group work Welldon
(1993) found that the group's process of dysfunction was related to the group members' family dysfunction processes.
The spirit of subordination and co-operation, the complete authority, the ready obedience, the self-respect and self-sacrifice of the playing field enter largely into life," said Dr Welldon
, headmaster of Harrow School, in 1906: "There is no cricketer worthy of the name .
, Francis Drossart, Teresa Rocha Leite Haudenschild y Joan Raphael-Leff.
1999; Collipp, 1969; Joyce & Welldon
, 1965; Matthews, Marlowe, & MacNutt, 2000; Matthews, Conti & Sireci, 2001; O'Laoire, 1996; Palmer, Katerndahl, & Morgan-Kidd, 2004; Tloczynski & Fritzsch, 2002; Walker, Tonigan, Miller, Comer, & Kahlich, 1996) though other studies are likely underway.
Lisa Clark, 24, of Stonechat Place, pounds 145; Daniel J Cunningham, 20, of Glenfield Road, pounds 170; Andrew Nunn, 25, of The Byeways, pounds 145; Martin Scott, 43, of Welldon
Road, pounds 105
J:s caveat about the coarse nature of the comedy is revealing in that it bursts through the parentheses that are meant to contain it, rendering somewhat suspect his prediction about the play's entertainment value to Welldon
(Buffalo, New York: Prometheus Books, 1987), 197.
Psychoanalyst Estella Welldon
(1988: 17-18) described the difficulties mothering presents for women:
Tanya lives with her photographer boyfriend of three years, Daniel Welldon
, and their mongrel dog, Giuseppe, in a city centre flat in Edinburgh.
(formerly of Harrow) in Cornhill Magazine to eulogize J.