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After Maslow’s first grandchild was born, he planned to begin research on this unprecedented topic in psychology. Unfortunately, the great psychologist’s death from heart failure prevented the realization of this project. In 1989, after the birth of our second child, I too felt uplifted in a special way and decided to follow Maslow’s unfinished quest for the highest reaches of childhood experience. During the past three years, my research has clearly demonstrated that childhood indeed harbors experiences and insights generally unrecognized in our time.
John became more confused as his behavior became increasingly problematic, defensive, reactionary, and both mentally and physically 33 The Orchestration of Joy and Suffering retaliatory. ” He recounted that on one occasion, he felt like the entire student body was against him. He said he felt an increased feeling of detachment during adolescence. John’s ability to detach appeared to be present prior to the first-grade episode. His lack of bonding with his parents, and his detached response to their divorce, seemed more relevant as he revealed the defensive motives of this behavior.