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Those who experience severe neglect or coercive, rigid, frightening and, at an extreme, abusive parenting will frequently experience their sense of self-agency as massively curtailed, and confined to the more firmly established bodily domain. Neglectful or abusive parenting constitutes a denial by the parent of the child’s internal reality as a causal part of his phenomenal world. The contingency normally established between social mirroring and action that creates an awareness of internal states that are responsible for behaviours is simply absent.
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