In the classical psychoanalysis of Freud, the influence of parents on the child’s mental development is given a Central place. In the first years of a child’s life, the parents (and especially the mother) are the persons with whom the most important early experiences are associated. The usual daily actions of parents to care for a child have an important psychological effect.
The way and completeness of meeting the biological needs of an infant at the stage of breastfeeding, giving him the opportunity to enjoy sucking, lay the foundations of trust, affection, and activity in relation to other people for the rest of his life. Continue reading
The feeling of guilt arises in everyone quite naturally if we commit an unnatural act that generates conflict. Committing exculpatory acts mitigates guilt. In this case, we are talking about real guilt. In addition, there is neurotic guilt. It occurs when thoughts and feelings that are of an unseemly nature appear. We accuse ourselves of having these feelings.
Existential guilt-guilt for not being the other, but being myself. It is often updated during losses.
Guilt is the least tolerable feeling. The pangs of conscience can reach great strength, causing torment and fear. By projection, we try to put the blame on another. Continue reading