Freud Psychology

"If you plan on being anything less than you are capable of being, you will probably be unhappy   all the days of your life," stated by Abraham Maslow. To be capable of being everything that someone could possibly be we must first understand what that is. Personalities are very distinct with their minute differences in traits and characteristics. Applying the psychoanalytic theories by Freud, Jung, and Adler and how they differ and align together can give better insight to whom and what personalities can possibly achieve. Frued also gives a lot of depth to examine in his theories of personality and his defense mechanisms.

Each contributed to psychology with theories scientifically tested and non-scientifically tested.
The brilliant and diverse minds of Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Alfred Adler, have fueled centuries of psychological studies.   At times these great minds worked together to formulate concepts of understanding. Freud, Jung, Adler, all believed childhood experience was a fundamental determiner of adult personality. The importance of early childhood development, especially the ability to develop a healthy relationship with both parents will lead into an healthy adult life and balanced individual. Freud, Jung, and Adler believed that parenting and childhood development played a role in the development of a personality and that dreams and daydreams played a role as well. Another similarity in each of their beliefs was the role that the unconscious mind played in psychoanalytic analysis. Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud   believe in the existence of the unconscious, but added the concept of collective unconscious or rather what people all experience and motivates the world on a day to day basis. Freud and Jung also developed dream theories. Dreams according to Freud are said to have two levels, manifest content and latent content. The manifest content is what a person remembers from the dream and then considers in the conscious daily...