The Freud Reader - Chapter 10, Therapy & Technique Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, Therapy & Technique Summary and Analysis

Freud writes frequently about unconscious material related to incestuous feelings and barriers surrounding them. The predominant cases do not include physically incestuous activity among the people. Nevertheless, Freud writes that there are numerous occasions when there is some kind of incestuous feeling because of the connections within a family of how individuals learn to love and who they are among during puberty and adolescence. These are often sources of repressions and are involved with the neuroses of neurotic patients. Freud again overtly admits to and alludes to the existence of differences between men and women that preclude him to being able to generate an adequate psycho-analytic theory for women. Particular challenges are presented when people very evidently most love people it is not acceptable for them to romance, and are pressured to or forced towards people they...

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