Object Relations Theory:  A form of psychoanalytic theory postulating that people relate to others in order to develop themselves.

This blog is about object relations in its most literal form.  It is written by Rebecca Lee from Charlottesville, Virginia.


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  1. I think you should tell a story about the photo you are using. It’s a great picture and I imagine it could speak volumes!

  2. Thank you for stopping by my humble blog. I would love for you to use my Coca-Cola photo to go with a story, so I will be sending you an email with my photo soon! I can’t wait to see what you will come up with.

  3. What a terrific idea…I’ve read a couple of these and think your blog is great! I may just have to send you a photo and see what you do with it…I’ve got some strange objects in my house…

  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog–love your concept and the stories that go with each picture. Very creative idea! I’ll keep my eyes peeled for something to send…:-)

  5. A great concept! I look to my dreams and my life and history and culture for my flash fiction, and in a way a photo can represent bits and pieces of all of those elements. Fascinating!

  6. First of all thanks for stopping by my blog.
    Second, this is such a great concept – I will definitely send you something!

    – Stine

  7. Hiya! just letting you know I have nominated you for a string of 3 awards (you may already have some of them, I don’t know) – feel free to accept any or all of them (or not) – it’s up to you, really. I have included links to your blog from my post in any case. I totally understand if you are too busy/overwhelmed/bored/can’t be bothered to share the love forward, but I figure cross-promotion and the possibility of new traffic to your site can’t be a bad thing in any case. But if you don’t want to, that’s perfectly fine… no offense taken, and I surely hope none given! One way or another, you know I love your blog!

    Here’s the link… have fun! http://motherhendiaries.wordpress.com/2014/04/22/you-mean-people-actually-read-this-stuff/

    Mother Hen

  8. What a great concept! I have e-mailed you a photo. I knew right away what to send you!
    Also, thank you so much for stopping by my blog and liking my post!
    I look forward to following your blog.

  9. I enjoyed reading your blog. I wish I had photography skills and your creativity is refreshing. Quite unique, too. Thanks for your visit and reading Lovesick Penitentiary, my short story romance. I’m learning how to blog, post, edit, etc.

  10. Your ‘cover photo’ is interesting. It is actually a traditional type of box used for keeping ‘Betels’ (as in Betel leaves) in India. Now it seems to be Home to a Pen! You have a good blog! Kudos.

  11. I SO love your blog. Great combo of photos and writing. Marvelously abstract and real at the same time. Stay calm and keep posting.

  12. Thank you for reading my Haiku. Like many others, I love what you’re doing here. It’s a great idea, to write what you see, in a photo that someone else took.

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