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 just found your blog and have been reading all of the little stories. I love them! So creative. I’m excited to see what else you will write. Keep it up 🙂

  2. Just wanted to say hi, and thanks for stopping by my blog. I’ve been reading some of your stories…I think I am now addicted to them! I’ll definitely be back to read more!

  3. Wow! This is a brilliant concept, I love it. May I suggest that you provide just a little bit more detail on what the blog is about for the masses because it took me a while to finally figure it out, or maybe I’m just the slow one 🙂 Either way, now that I have finally figured out the concept, i’m a fan!

  4. Hello, I’m glad I found my way to your blog. I really like the idea of giving objects a story … everything has a story 🙂 keep it up!

  5. Thank you for liking my toy soldiers story. Your liking it matters to me a lot, since I like your ideas about objects as well. Hope I can entice you to send me a 1000-er….

  6. What a cool idea for a blog! I am definitely going to be looking through my photos to send you something. And thanks for the like on my new blog. You are the first one!

  7. Hi awordofsubstance, thanks so much for liking my poem ‘Turning Points’!. Your liking matters to me a lot, Also, I like the concept and idea behind your blog as well. Keep it up!

  8. hey. nice blog. as someone with a bit of psychoanalytic background, i would define it a bit differently. it is more that the way one develops in adulthood is a reflection, a mirror, of the relations one develops in childhood. good luck with your blog!

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  10. wonderful stories! I love stories like this: real, revealing, sad, yet hopeful and encouraging. I see it all in your tales…

  11. I am loving your mind!!! This is a fantastic place to be!!! I’m going to start from the very beginning and loose myself in your words! Thank you for this. I hope it inspires me to greater things through my writing.☺

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