Published on Skin.

This refers to communication problems and occurs more frequently in children. Chickenpox involves high fever, high blood pressure and spots that, after being scratched, will leave scars. It occurs more often to children and it denotes weariness and tension/irritation with the outside.

Eruptions indicate that something has been repressed. Eruption uncovers something that had until then remained invisible.

As in all children’s diseases, eruptions bring out something new in the child, and they contribute to the significant advancement in the child’s development.

The more virulent the eruption is, the quicker the child will develop.

All skin-related problems denote aggression. Being born into this world, and growing up, are not easy processes for children, because of the very strong identification of society and of the families with the ego, religious beliefs, ancient beliefs of the clan and the unstoppable absurd need to obey rules that go against nature.

The child is beginning to develop his own defences against society.

Catching chickenpox makes the child immune to it forever.

The child goes through a mourning process of non-verbal communication (he leaves the magic world – enters the ego).

The child capitulates to the verbal reality of words.

When this occurs earlier, it is likely that a separation between his parents may have taken place.

In this case, see Babies

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