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Education, training and experience had become assimilated and what emerged was truly his own. His theory became second nature to him. It made sense of the relationship between paediatrics and psychiatry, informing his practice and providing a framework within which he could allow for the subjective without being arbitrary. Even so, it did not remain static, but, like Freud's theory, it continued to grow and change in certain ways, just as he himself grew and changed throughout his life, according to experience and to the discovery of new facts.
At the same time the self has parts, and in fact is constituted of these parts. These parts agglutinate from a direction interior-exterior in the course of the operation of the maturational process, aided as it must be (maximally at the beginning) by the human environment which holds and handles and in a live way facilitates . . It is the self and the life of the self that alone makes sense of action or of living from the point of view of the individual who has grown so far and who is continuing to grow from dependence and immaturity towards independence .
It is the self and the life of the self that alone makes sense of action or of living from the point of view of the individual who has grown so far and who is continuing to grow from dependence and immaturity towards independence . . (109). 2. The Fact of Dependence "Ego-psychology," wrote Winnicott, "only makes sense if based firmly on the fact of dependence" (48). The same statement was made in another way when he said, 'There is no such thing as a baby-meaning that if you set out to describe a baby, you will find you are describing a THE FACTOF DEPENDENCE 31 baby and someone.