Tag Archives: Child Development

The Protective Cover of Failure

Striving to be the best one can be the standard approach most individuals take in their daily lives. However, when the burdens of expectations reach a point where they overwhelm a person, some choose to fail on purpose in order to relieve themselves from that pressure. This aspect of psychoanalysis isn’t one that has a… Read More »

The Oedipus complex

The Oedipus complex has intrigued generations of psychoanalysts since Sigmund Freud popularized it when offering a description in the early portion of the 20th Century. In part, the taboo nature of the topic has made it one that guarantees that it will receive attention, regardless of how accurate the assessment is in relation to an… Read More »