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Beebe, J. (1992).  Integrity in Depth. Carolyn and Ernest Fay Series in Analytical Psychology.
"The acceptance by the self of its own failures to achieve its ideals is the only way that it can earn the empathy required for a human attitude toward the shadow. When the shadow appears to act out what has been morally repressed, it is as if another self emerges, out of relation to the ideals in which we normally center our identity. That self does things we know are wrong and yet for which we must assume responsibility, creating the anxiety we know as guilt." (p. 65)

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