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Pp. 191–193). Before forming new attachments, children who are abruptly separated from their parents may pass through ‘the no-man’s land of affection’ in which they retreat into themselves. , p. 209). , pp. 208–211). , pp. 160–163). They are less likely to be traumatised by being bombed if they are with their mothers, and if the mothers remain calm. Young children may be unconcerned, even excited by the sight of destroyed buildings. The authors pointed out that children only overcome their natural destructive and aggressive wishes with the guidance and support of adults who help them develop controls over their behaviour and wishes, reaction formations such as pity and caution, and a general moral tendency to ‘do good’ rather than bad.
567– 568). Dick (2 years 3 months) was in a phase of special aggressiveness toward other children. The expression on his face left no doubt about his enjoyment of every kind of hurt which he was able to inflict on others. This reaction changed slowly when he grew attached to a particular nurse. Once again he had attacked Ida (22 months) and was found with a tuft of her hair between his fingers. The nurse reproached him for his conduct. He was repentant, went back to Ida, held his clenched fist over her head, opened out his fingers and carefully returned the tuft of hair to the place where it belonged.
P. 239). 38 Anna Freud So great was the importance given to the child’s attachments that when children in the London nursery had to be evacuated to the country house because of renewed air raids, enormous efforts were made to preserve both their relationships to their own parents and those to their substitute mothers in the nursery. , pp. 419–421). , pp. 437–451). In the London nurseries visiting by parents was unrestricted. , pp. 9–10), but in the country house difficulties of travelling drastically reduced the possibilities of visiting.