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Self-alienation - is a condition in which the individual is out of contact with his own needs, feelings, emotions, frustrations and longings, so that he is largely oblivious to his actual self and his life is the reflection of an unreal self, of a role he has adopted. The problem of obliviousness to self, the causes and consequences of such obliviousness, and its treatment psychotherapeutically was the focus of was written by Nathaniel Branden's book The Disowned Self


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Branden, N. (1971).The Disowned Self. Bantam Books. ISBN 0-553-13080-6

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