Seems like my neuroscientist colleagues, whom I’m sure wouldn’t be caught dead in therapy, have discovered that Freud was possibly right about a few things, well bully for them.
May I ask, what about a picture of some one who looks, like your Mother, or acts like her, in person, in a movie,on TV on the net?
Freud also speculated that the unconscious mind couldn’t tell the difference between a real sandwich and an imagined one , how about about a real Mother and an imagined one?
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