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The definitions I choose do not highlight the more extreme language such as scooping out, burning and spoiling with urine and faeces, controlling and tearing apart (Klein, 1946, pp. 1–24). However, other terminology will be used. The three concepts to be explored are: the paranoid–schizoid and depressive positions; projective identification; reparation and love following the guilt: moving into the depressive position. The paranoid–schizoid and depressive positions The basic idea behind the ‘positions’ is that the newborn infant has experiences that are good (nurturing, feeding, warmth, love) and bad (neglected, hungry, cold, hated), and these are kept as separate, the good/bad breast.