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heidiho July 27th, 2006 09:00 PM

Wow!! Ever try to read Sigmund Freud
Jeez I Got His Book The Interpretation Of Dreams,and I Can Understand A Few Things He Is Saying But Some Of The Sentences Are Way Beyond My Understanding,i Know He Was On Cocaine When He Wrote This,so Actually I Should Get It(my Past Drug Issues)but This Stuff Is Deep.....

jiorji July 27th, 2006 10:46 PM

ummm.........Freud was not the most mentally balanced men in psychology, so I wouldn't take everything he says seriously.

heidiho July 28th, 2006 02:55 PM

I ahve read a little bit about him and only know about his drug isssues,so are saying that this man really wasnt that smart???Just curious,because his book is really hard to read

jiorji July 28th, 2006 03:56 PM

smart and intelligent are two diferent things. Are you aware that he had sexual fantasies about his mother????? His psychological analysis is somewhat updated from what psychologists today think. He's the one that came up with the Oeudipus complex. He says that each child is attracted, sexually, to the parent of the opposite sex, which is his explanation why girls prefer their dads and boys their moms. To me he doesn't sound like a smart man, but intelligent nontheless to be so famous with the publishing of his ideas. However, I think his unusual behaviour is what made his ideas heard.

Just because a book uses big words and looks hard to read it doesn't mean the contents presented is right. Especially with dreams. And especially coming from Sigmund Freud for that matter lol

heidiho July 28th, 2006 04:05 PM

Wow that is pretty sick,cant say that about my dad,ewww!!!! Yeah i read a few chapters but just really cant understand most of it,and that really has made me lost interest....

CyberKitten August 2nd, 2006 09:58 PM

Freud is just one of many theorists - do you HAVE to read him? he had very sexist views, as one criticism. I read him because I had to , not out of choice, lol (Still, it is a good idea to know the basics of Freud so you can compare them with other idea. And his works are considered classic. Tho I noted once as a child that The Great Books - of which my folks had a set - contained not one book written by a woman!!!)

heidiho August 2nd, 2006 10:03 PM

NO I dont have to,wanted to,I have been having very very vivid weird dreams and heard about this book,but it is way to hard to read,know of any other good dream books

jiorji August 2nd, 2006 10:53 PM

well dream symbolism is different for many people. If you dream of your dad i'm pretty sure Freud's books will say you fantasize about your dad :yuck:

dreams are often triggered by your current life events or things that have been bothering you. Don't be surprised if they're not literally displayed in your dreams.

for example you could be having troubles with your parents and you could be having many pregnancy dreams or childhood dreams.

Or if you're having a hard time you could be having dreams of positive events as your subconscious is trying to find relief when in sleep mode.

heidiho August 3rd, 2006 02:24 PM

He Is Right About A Few Things,no No Dreams About My Dad,ewwww...but Like Yesterday At Work There Was A Huge Roach,i Am Deathly Afraid Of Bugs,last Night I Ahd A Dream There Were Roaches In Our Car,and One Of Them Was Giving A Piggy Back Ride To Another Roach,woke Up And Took Awhile To Go Back To Dreams Are Jsut So Real When I Wake Up,about Two Weeks Ago I Ahd A Dream That My Boyfriend Slpet With My Frined From Arizona,and When I Woke Up I Was Actually Pretty Pissed At Him....

LynLyn November 27th, 2006 07:32 PM

Freud is hilarious, although i have to say, I do NOT have sexual fantasies about my father, and nope, no penis envy here;)

heidiho November 27th, 2006 07:36 PM

He Is Out There,way To Hard Of A Read For Me.........and Nope Dont Want To Sleep With My Dad..........

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