Psychoanalysis

Introduction Psychoanalysis is theoretical model and therapeutic approach developed by Freud. As developed by Freud psychoanalytic therapy is a first systematic approach toward understanding psychological factors in mental disorders. Major principles were based on the clinical study of individual patients who consulted Freud for treatment of their problems. Basically, Sigmund Freud (Full name of Freud) […]

Regret or remorse

Image credit: cdn.Pixabay.com Transition due to regret Regret can shape the personality of an individual and bring transition in ones path. One of my friends, Mr.MMS had started his own business in a city nearby his village. It was a shop to sell clothes. He was new to the business. After graduation, when he failed […]

Psyche is the principle of life.

Nature is the force(s) controlling the phenomena of the physical world.The phenomena of the physical world occur as per the laws and principles of nature, concerned with nature, or produced by nature. Additionally, force(s) may be relative to the facts of dynamics and statics, besides, the life energy in animal, plants, humans world. It is, […]

Five techniques of SMART given by psychologists

Smart means having a good, quick brain, showing ingenuity, brisk, or severe potential in one’s business, profession, or occupation. Yes, it’s true in the sense of meaning and different syllables of smart. The different syllables are explained below but first, it is one goal. The individual must delineate one goal that fulfills one’s aim and […]

To be positive means constructive activity

Positive, in mathematics, is a number or symbol having a plus (+) sign; not negative, and greater than zero. To be positive means confident or strongly affirmative and not positive thinking only. It is what is “here and now” and not “there and then” which is to be done systematically. On the contrary, negative, in […]

Duality of consciousness

“. . . 14-year-old Elliot got up from his bunk in his sleep, looked in the refrigerator, then, still asleep, walked out the back door. It would have been just another sleepwalking episode except that Elliot was in a camper-pick up truck traveling 50 miles an hour on the San Diego Freeway. Incidently; he escaped […]

Basics of psychoanalytic perspective

There are three key subsystems within the personality of an individual: the Id, ego, and superego. Id is the source of instinctual drives of two types: (a) constructive drives, and (b) destructive drives. Therefore, life, or constructive, instincts are opposed by death, or destructive, instincts. The Id is completely selfish and demands immediate gratification of […]