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 This ‘United’ state then, enables our [[theory:​primary_world|Primary World]] to be scaled correctly to the real world and to have a good relationship with what the real world is. Donald Winnicott’s interpretation of this ‘United’ state is represented in his definition of a healthy individual: This ‘United’ state then, enables our [[theory:​primary_world|Primary World]] to be scaled correctly to the real world and to have a good relationship with what the real world is. Donald Winnicott’s interpretation of this ‘United’ state is represented in his definition of a healthy individual:
  
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 “The healthy individual does not become isolated, but becomes related to the environment in such a way that the individual and the environment can be said to be interdependent.” - D.W.Winnicott “The healthy individual does not become isolated, but becomes related to the environment in such a way that the individual and the environment can be said to be interdependent.” - D.W.Winnicott
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