Our activity to make bonds is organized and determined by an "unknown's law", repressed and unconscious. This "beyond the bond", transmitted from generation to generation, constitues for everybody an obviousness and gives, to our life, his natural and spontaneous character. The adolescence is a gap where this "beyond the bond" vacillates. For some, this gap is strectcht and, temporarily, their difficulty and suffering consist in the inability to bind or to originate their life in an event. They rest more or less into the trap of the gap, or into the rupture's moment of all transmission. But they reveal also, by their wandering and their questionning upon the "beyond", the invisible nature of the bonds. We shall explore some aspects of this gap, in reference with our clinical experience and in resonance with the text of Beckett's work.
|Number of pages||26|
|Journal||Cahiers de Psychologie Clinique|
|Publication status||Published - 1994|