I appreciate the inclusion of two early memories in your last installment of the case. Do you have any more information about each memory? It would be ideal if you could provide the content of the two memories exactly as Harold gave them to you (word-for word), including any expressions (sighing, laughing, crying, smiling, grimacing, etc.......)or feelings that were evident.
Earliest memories can be very fertile sources of information about the client's typical movements (physical, mental, and emotional) in an extremely distilled form. How the memory begins, where it takes place, who is included, who takes action, what finally happens, which senses are involved, what feelings and emotions are experienced, and choice of words, are all significant factors in a Adlerian analysis of a style of life. Frequently, the individual's core view of self, others, and life are partially revealed in series of early memories.