Joëlle Simon Desjardins is a psychoanalyst at the Polyclinic of Franche-Comté in Besançon and intervenes in the medical service of procreation from 15 years (1995 about).
In this book, co-written with journalist Sylvie Debras, it uses many stories of couples to highlight the various locks that are blocking the fertility.
The author begins by recalling in this book 2 important points :
- Contraception gives the illusion of controlling their fertility and
- becoming a parent is a mutation as important as the crisis of adolescence.
She then expresses the experiences and behaviors she has observed as a psychoanalyst involved in a team GPA.
She finally introduces the major challenge of the book – blockages – explaining that the arrival of a child returns each :
- psychological tests listed and repressed his past,
- traumatic violence of the newborn that was,
- the difficulties of ties with her parents,
- the obligation to make room as a couple.
Gradually, she manages to express the unconscious locks it will illustrate many examples following the plans teeming with Anglo-Saxon : it follows its main line to appear to deviate from each chapter or example before returning with the following example. So, the reader gradually understands the nature of the different blocks, assimilates and can project his own situation to better understand and analyze.
These blocks will be 5 orders, but can also be superimposed, mingle and interweave as evidenced by the abundance of examples that constitute the bulk of the book :
- Being part of a lineage
- Being part of a generation (time)
- Have benchmarks on genres (be sexed)
- Have benchmarks on the roles of parents
- Have room for the child hoped
To summarize the content, should be reduced to 2 major ideas :
- the couple is made (at least partially) the idea that infertility is part of their "project torque" and
- locks of an echo those of other, they are identical or complementary.
Therefore, just unlock one to change the couple's fertility and also the legitimacy to continue.
Brief, this book is an indispensable tool for anyone wishing to understand the issues of infertility of his marriage and the need to consider changing to continue to do so upon the arrival of a child.
In my opinion, it saves time over many months (years ?) of psychoanalysis. I have completed reading a work in brief therapy (as set up some of my partners "therapists to fertility”) which will be more effective than both spouses will involve.
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