Excellent read about the true nature of a human being.
May 6 was Sigmund Freud’s birthday (born in 1856). It has been more or less 100 years since Freud wrote many of his groundbreaking books and papers on the human mind – exploring and theorizing about dreams, culture, childhood development, sexuality and mental health. And while some of his theories have been discredited, many major ideas have been borne out and are still relevant today, according to Discover Magazine. They are a roadmap to our minds and are still useful and accepted – in one way or another – by all educated people, who grapple with the issues of self-knowledge and human motives.
Freud tells a story that few of us want to hear: We do not know ourselves. We do not really know what motivates us or why we do what we do.
Our conscious thoughts are just the tip of our mental iceberg.
In commemoration of Mental Health…
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