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Re: Jungian Psychology Maria01

Posted by RealMe on September 2, 2007, at 22:58:00

In reply to Re: Jungian Psychology, posted by Maria01 on September 2, 2007, at 22:22:25

I am really happy for you that you found someone who is a better match.

Sometimes I wonder if I shouldn't have become Jungian as Jung's family originated in Sweden before migrating to Switerland. My maternal grandmother's name was Gerda Jung from Sweden--as a young girl she told the story of how she tended cows for Alfred Nobel. Anyway, maybe I am related to Carl Jung. Who knows!!! What a traiter I was to lean more toward Freud and yet reject some of his stuff. Ironically, he thought early on that many of his female patients had been sexually abused and modified his theory when his cohorts said he would be basically "drummed out of town on a rail" if he persisted with that notion, and so he modified his theory but never really gave up on the notion (privately). Too bad he couldn't stand his ground as now a days most Freudians even admit that he was likely right that these women had been abused by their fathers.

I remamber in school thinking Jung was really interesting and fasinating. There is a big group of Jungians in Chicago. One of my classmates is now a Jungian therapist.





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