Apr 9, 2008

The Psychoanlytic Viewpoint on Divorce.

I would have added something myself, my own two cents about whether it's really all that cracked up to be (the explanation) and if I have a theory of my own.

But.

Nah.

I'm too tired, too sleepy, too cognitively wrought and far too much in deep-rooted disregard for Psychoanalysis to add anything more to this article.

Freud's fans, enjoy.

6 comments:

Barooq said...

This was actually an interesting one :)
WHat interests me more is that it mirrors to a great extent our long conversation about 'reverse Oedipus complex', i mean its actually amusing and when did you find it.
Ofcourse we differed and our discussion was focussed on the desire of woman in the equation not the man, but still the term 'reverse Oedipus complex' is funny, as I thought we coined it :D

Majaz said...

Hehe, yeah, I thought we did too. But remember when we said that maybe - just what if - someone's done some work on it?

I found it the same day we were having the discussion, was too lazy to post it. :P

Reverse Oedipus Complex sure has its height of irony in the aforementioned case that we talked about.

I just wish we could tell Mr. Russel about our version of the ROC (reverse Oedipus complex).

:D

Barooq said...

Also
you are fat :D

Majaz said...

WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

bubbliness said...

m not a freud fan at all but this article had some elements of truth in it. It was actually very interesting

Majaz said...

Saying that you aren't a fan of Freud means you have read him. :)

And Barooq.

I am NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT fat.

:@