By Hendrika C. Freud
Electra vs Oedipus explores the deeply complicated and infrequently turbulent dating among moms and daughters. not like Sigmund Freud’s conviction that the daddy is the relevant determine, the publication places ahead the proposal that girls are in reality way more (pre)occupied with their mother.
Drawing at the author’s huge medical event, the publication offers various case reviews which make clear women’s emotional improvement. themes include:
- love and hate among moms and daughters
- the historical past of maternal love
- childbirth and depression
- rejected mothers.
Electra vs Oedipus could be a necessary source for psychoanalysts, psychotherapists and all people with an curiosity within the dynamics of the mother–daughter dating.
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I could not talk her out of this – a characteristic of delusion. She often felt rejected by me, a repetition in the transference of her experience with her mother’s rejecting, even spurning behaviour. Unfortunately, it turned out that little was to be done about it. In Pia, ﬁerce idealization and barely concealed rage alternated. Symbiotic illusion from generation to generation The nineteenth-century Dutch writer Louis Couperus in his book Van oude mensen, de dingen die voorbijgaan [Of Old People, Things that Pass] clearly proves his insight into the transmission of traumatic events to subsequent generations.
Furthermore, after the end of the Second World War, an entirely new tendency arises as a result of greater clarity around the traumas of loss, separation, and abandonment. The exclusivity and intensity of the mother–child relationship gains ever more emphasis in mental health care. 5 Ever since the popularization of psychoanalysis, maternal love has become the concern of all responsible parents. Growing and increasing knowledge of early childhood development has been helpful for parents but has also made them – mothers in particular – more anxious and guilt-ridden.
They believe that in the time of Julius Caesar the Gauls may already have been familiar with a nuclear family and were far more child-friendly than the ruthless Romans. The above-mentioned historians disagree with Ariès’ model of evolution. They do not see a gradual change from bad to better but assume that there have always been vast regional diﬀerences. The ‘crude barbarians’ were actually less hard and cruel to their children and more interested in family life than were the Romans. In the classical world, for instance, there was no equivalent for the word baby, and the word discipline was literally synonymous with punishment.
Electra vs Oedipus: The Drama of the Mother-Daughter Relationship by Hendrika C. Freud