Est ce que ces métamorphoses du premier chapitre habitent l’humain toute sa vie durant ? Pour esquisser une réponse, l’hypothèse psychanalytique d’une « relation d’objet virtuelle utérine » est ici cliniquement explorée à partir du récit clinique du deuil familial d’un fantôme de l’Atlantide intime.
Mots-clefs : parentalité prénatale, réduction embryonnaire, deuil périnatal, relation d'objet virtuelle utérine
A biography which begins during the day from the childbirth serious? Not, not more than a anamnesis which makes dead end on the history of the subject before its birth. After several decades devoted to discovered relations parents/bébé, the time of a psycho(patho)logy authentically perinatal finally came.
In this way, the antenatal period deserves to be regarded as a double progressive and interactive metamorphosis : that of becoming parent and becoming human. One is not born relative with the birth from the baby, one becomes it (process of antenatal parenthood). The fetus is not born human, it becomes it during the pregnancy (first stages of the ontogeny). Utéro-placental space is the interface between the fetus and its environment.
This intersection of the parental nesting and foetal nidation is perilous because it confronts with an inevitable uncertainty on the exit oscillating between nothing, the unnamable thing, the monstrous one and the virtually human one. Is what these metamorphoses of the first chapter live human the all its life during? To outline an answer, the psychoanalytical assumption of a "virtual object-relation" here is clinically explored starting from a clinical account of the family mourning of a ghost of the intimate Atlantis.
Key-words : Prenatal parenthood, embryo reduction, perinatal mourning, uterine virtual object-relation.