Conflicting Loyalties: Inside and Outside
A sorrowful essay about limitations of psychological interventions in some cases.
The author gives two examples, an example of a person who leads perpetual debates with authority (a parent or the government), and an example of a divorce that puts a child in the conflict of loyalties.
A case of Pavlik Morozov brings a vivid illustration to the proposition that psychologically during divorce years people are passing through calumny, not through loss.
The author concludes that advanced family psychodiagnostics are needed.