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Causes Of Aggression - What Causes Aggression : A Psychological Perspective

Sigmund Freud, known as the father of psychoanalysis, believed that dreams are the “royal road to the unconscious.” This means that dreams can give you a glimpse of your innermost thoughts and feelings that are buried deep within your subconscious mind. We are continuously baffled and fascinated by what we see in our dreams. They may mirror what we are experiencing in our lives and what is going on inside our heads. To help us better understand what our dreams mean, here is an infographic…

Sigmund Freud, known as the father of psychoanalysis, believed that dreams are the “royal road to the unconscious.” This means that dreams can give you a glimpse of your innermost thoughts and feelings that are buried deep within your subconscious mind. We are continuously baffled and fascinated by what we see in our dreams. They may mirror what we are experiencing in our lives and what is going on inside our heads. To help us better understand what our dreams mean, here is an infographic…

The great Sigmund Freud - as a therapist working with older clients often bereaved,  I remember always two things he said 'For all its glory, England is a land for rich and healthy people. Also they should not be too old' and 'We find a place for what we lose..no matter what may fill the gap, even if it be filled completely, it nevertheless remains something else'

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The great Sigmund Freud - as a therapist working with older clients often bereaved, I remember always two things he said 'For all its glory, England is a land for rich and healthy people. Also they should not be too old' and 'We find a place for what we lose..no matter what may fill the gap, even if it be filled completely, it nevertheless remains something else'

I can't remember if I already posted this on our group...so here it is. Sorry if I've repeated it!

I can't remember if I already posted this on our group...so here it is. Sorry if I've repeated it!

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