Author: Jan Scholten
The strongest theme is the desire for a happy family, feeling protected, secure and happy at home. On the other hand there is a desire to be special, to do something outstanding. This often leads to conflicts as the family is often from a lower class and therefore hindering the aspirations of the family members to become special. As everyone is normal, there is a need for everyone to stay normal, not outstanding.
The culture can bring stress and conflicts in the family. For instance a patriarchal culture can make the father domineering and in extreme even abusive. Women can be seen as minor and having no rights.
There is a theme of just being, a naïve expression of their own state, a lack of reflection.
Desire for a happy family; domestic happiness.
Desire for a nice time with family and friends, to have work together.
Desire to become special, do special things, become creative, go to university or art school.
Happy, achieving family.
Hiding family problems behind a happy and successful image.
Sensation: raw, burning.
Female: menses irregular, painful.