Child and adolescent obesity has been observed much more frequently during the recent years. In psychoanalytic theory, in addition to intergenerational incorporation, obesity is also linked with such an oral phase where the baby deprives of quality maternal care. Later on, adolescence consists of rearranging relational dynamics with parents and parental imagos, that is to be able to separate from the first object. Since some disorders are diagnosed during adolescence, the "psychosomaticpsychoanalytical" point of view becomes more important. The obese patients who have been observed longitudinally from childhood to adulthood in this study have preferred to eat, to stop the worry of all the transformations they have been through. In this Turkish psychoanalytical obesity study, depletion of affects, the actualizm in the discourse and impoverishment of phantasy are some of the prominent observations. The obese subject reflects an anguish in the familial psychic apparatus through his/her body; such that the adolescent?s symptom forms a central place within the family to protect the homeostatis, the obese body of the adolescent thus becomes the unconscious imago of the familial body. Many authors suggested that there is an ongoing difficulty processing a phantasmatic or factual mourning of a loss; mourning has been denied. As a result of this, food becomes a compensatory apparatus to fulfill the body; to fulfill the inner emptiness. As the impossibility of the archaic mourning, "the inner emptiness" never fade away.