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Overcoming Fear

Now For Tomorrow with Deepak Chopra

05:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Overcoming Fear

"Hello. I'm Deepak Chopra and this is now for tomorrow. A collection actions you can do now during this time of disruption and crisis. To. Make. Tomorrow, better. Than today I want to take a moment to help things -iety in a time of crisis. The current pandemic of the covid nineteen. Has brought in its wake a different pandemic of anxiety and uncertainty. Sigmund Freud said that things -iety is like an unwelcome guest that refuses to leave. You are forced to adapt to its presence. How do people usually adapt to feel Psychologically. The do most important with are denied and distraction. By knowing your anxiety or doing something that takes your mind off it. You might find temporary relief. But is this something more permanent and effective? Can you get this unwelcome guests to leave? Yes, you can. The secret is to make conscious choices that goes feel to shrink away because you no longer needed. Fear is a holdover from early evolution rooted in the fight or flight response. It lies in wait. Ready to spring into action as it did for Hamad ancestors. Over two million years ago. But for the last ten, thousand years. The higher or conscious breed has evolved. And with it came infinite resources of thought. Feeling. Creativity and choice making. We were set free from primal fear. All we have to do is choose the bottom of consciousness. which is the bottom of inner wisdom. This is a theme I would be returning to over and over. Because the true secret making tomorrow better than today. is to, choose to, wake up. To make the right choices you need to be conscious of what fear is doing to. Fear is a form of stress. And you can choose to release that stress. That's where today's homework gums. You need nothing this homework except yourself. And comfortable place to lie down. Once, you're lying down comfortably on the carpet or a Yoga Mat. I'll offer an effective and very simple yoga pose known as Shabas. Where you simply lie still. REAP. And consciously relax. Lying on your back. Place your feet eighteen inches apart with your arms at your side bombs up. Close. Your eyes. Settle into the position. And breed naturally. Put your attention on your bread feeling your jest rise and fall. On the out bet, let your lungs deflate with this guy. EASILY BREATHING Then exile with the CY. Feel yourself becoming deeply relaxed. And continue for five to ten minutes. Now think into this relaxed feeling. To, exit the bows. Don't just get up quickly or go into activity. Easily turn and stretch has if you will waking up in the morning. Open, and close your hands. Then Open your eyes and get up without moving quickly into activity. You are relaxed and in control. Remember this feeling. Later in the day, if fear anxiety comes back tap into this feeling of es and relaxation. Let's broaden the discussion a little bit. Modern Life makes room for many words but very few in what's. A stock fact in Morton life is that more money power status position don't bring inert fulfillment. In fulfillment is found along a different path. In the ancient wisdom traditions of India life presented to butts. The birth of pleasure and the but the wisdom. Every wisdom tradition east and West is based on waking up, which means in practice getting over your unconscious behavior and adopting conscious behavior instead. You're already doing that in our discussion of how fuel works. You are waking up to discover that fear doesn't have to be in charge. You might not think of this as. Budget. Tips. Every moment of inner wisdom is simply a moment of becoming more conscious and aware. I encourage all of you to try Shabas now. Taking five to ten minutes to read out stress and breeding relaxed. May Not seem like much. But such small steps will help you reassert control over your personal reality lessening the grip of fear and uncertainty.

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The Marlboro Woman

Household Name

08:44 min | 8 months ago

The Marlboro Woman

"Before the Marlboro Man. Before the Marlboro woman. Even women didn't really smoke. In fact in some places. It was even illegal to help me tell that story. I wrote Aria Bendix into the studio with me. I'm already so on. It gets toasted here as well too. So cool cool. So why don't we start? Warriors a reporter at business insider. Who's covered the history of smoking and Marlborough? Why don't we start at the turn of the century? What was the association between women and smoking so there was a strong negative association between women and smoking. It was not something that polite woman did. There was a lot of societal disapproval. That was definitely the big thing but there was also a few legal attempts to sort of prohibit women from smoking in public in nineteen. Oh four there was a woman who was actually turned in by her husband for smoking in the presence of her children and she faced thirty days of jail. Time for that and then a few years later There's actually a short-lived ban in New York City that prohibited women from smoking in public. So it really was. Smoking was really seen as not a thing. That a lady. Oh well raised woman would do woman of good moral standing. So then what changed? So what changed was World War One inside the White House. President Woodrow Wilson compared with advisors then signed the proclamation of war against Germany and that was really when women started to take on up. Actually enter the workforce for the first time and take on jobs that were traditionally says he'd with men behind every man or the woman at American women were daintily mightily and they also changed their appearance to reflect that so women started to have shorter hair started to wear pants and then they also started to pick up cigarettes by one thousand. Nine hundred thousand American women had won the right to vote but even within the Feminist Movement for some smoking was taboo. Some of the activists for women's rights actually went to great lengths to distance themselves from women who smoked Lucy. Page Gaston for example was a vocal opponent of smoking and drinking alcohol. She wasn't trying to ally herself with women who were redefining femininity. Instead she wanted to empower women who embodied the old Victorian ideals of womanhood who would use their vote to advocate for temperance and respectability and enforce their high moral standards on the broader population. So where does the story of Marlboro Start? So it starts with Philip Morris which used to be British Tobacco Company in the One thousand nine hundred twenty s they really wanted to get a stronger foothold in the US market so they came up with the idea of the Marlboro Brand and in nineteen twenty four. The introduced it as a cigarette brand for women. Nineteen twenty four was a really tough time for a newcomer to be making a play for the US cigarette market at all. Never Mind Marketing to women. That's because it was already pretty locked down by four big tobacco companies. Actually there used to be one gigantic company a monopoly until the US Supreme Court and a bunch of trust. Busting Congressman. Put a stop to that in the nineteen teens. Anyway by the Nineteen Twenties Marlboro. Was this small fish making its debut and upon full of. I'm just GONNA go with this great white sharks so it set its sights on the other. Small fish in the cigarette pond women and since suffragettes Lucy Page Gaston. Were not going to light up anytime soon. Marlboro had to find a way to make smoking socially acceptable for women. It had to make cigarettes. Which many saw as symbols of vulgarity and promiscuity actually feminine by Victorian Standards So one of the first advertisements that they came out with was this quote unquote mild as May campaign may like the month of May delicate breezy dainty elegant for find polite. And there's something amazing about how Marlboro. Sins that message through these ads. Like if you look at them. The women picture aren't even smoking but it almost doesn't because they look so glamorous every one of them sort of had like this dark lib this perfectly quaffed hair. The secret was sort of daintily hanging off their fingertips looking a little bit seductive but it was also somewhat reminiscent of the Victorian ideals of Amenity. That sort of caring us into the nineteen twenties. You see this sort of stereotype of a lady. A very elegant woman that marble woman is basically like the Modern Day Portland of instagram influence. Our I mean everything that women sort of wanted and aspire to be mild is may was everything. A woman could want in a cigarette. The ads made it look like an essential accessory as natural a woman's hand as the lipstick on her lips. There was a lot of concern that women's lipstick would actually get at the end of their cigarette. So what they did was actually create a grease proof tip that would prevent that and it would keep your lipstick looking nice while you were smoking after that. They also introduced a red rim around the cigarette and that was meant to disguise the lipstick itself. We are miles away from the Marlboro Man. Here that even his Marlboro and its parent company. Philip Morris continued to work on making it cigarette look appealing to women. It had a bigger obstacle to tackle. Most women did not know how to smoke. So Philip Morris sponsored. A lecture series that toured the country and taught women the basics. It hit ladies clubs charm. School's department stores and nurses lounges covering etiquette had opened the packages avoid lipstick smears and prevent fires. Oh my God and slowly but surely marbles efforts started to make inroads so the advertisements are resonating with women Marlboros. Getting letters from women thanking them for the ADS. More women are starting to pick up smoking. But it's actually not doing much for the brand itself. It was pretty much failing as a business they were capturing a miniscule portion of the cigarette market at that time turns out. Marlboro. Wasn't the only cigarette company on the block with the bright idea of advertising to women in fact the American Tobacco Company one of the four giants which used to have a monopoly on cigarettes. It wanted to get women to smoke. Just as badly as Marlboro did and its main brand. Lucky strike was a much bigger name than Marlboro. The president of the American Tobacco Company poured about one point five billion dollars in today's dollars into advertisements in the first decade of the lucky advertisements. So they were funneling money into the brand and that sort of reflected in that sales they were sort of catering to everyone and they saw the same opportunity. Marble did that. They weren't actually targeted advertisements to half of the population which was women so they put out a lot of the same messaging. That Marlboro did a lot of that. Same like feminine ideals of Beauty. They weren't a woman's cigarette brand but they certainly began catering their advertisements to women but nineteen twenty nine both companies had been running ads featuring women for years. Marlboro had even gone so far as to show a woman in one of the advertisements. Actually smoking a cigarette. Just holding it seductively. But even that wasn't enough so to break through the negative by surrounding women in cigarettes once and for all the American Tobacco Company launched another offensive. And this one would below the politics of women's smoking wide. Open the president of the American Tobacco Company calls up this Guy Edward Brenes and he's now known as the father of Public Relations and he was actually fun fact. The nephew Sigmund Freud and so- Bernez comes up with this idea to stage a protest in New York City he recruits all. These debutantes who sort of look like the everyday woman but they're also super elegant and he gets them to basically marched through the streets of New York on the Easter Day parade carrying lit cigarettes in their hand and he called the the torches of freedom so cigarettes were known as the torches of freedom the Easter parade. One of the most important events on New York City's social calendar. Women were there to be seen. They were the newest fashions. Their boldest hats and stranded down Fifth Avenue. Like it was a runway. It was such a cultural touchstone. The American composer Irving Berlin even wrote a song about it and it became the basis for a nineteen thirty three. Judy Garland Fred astaire movie new the grandest Bala Anyway crashing. This event was a big deal and the torches of freedom the woman marching down Fifth Avenue in their finery carrying lit cigarettes. That image caught fire. It was a huge news story and it sort of kicked off the idea of women smoking in public really. Yeah I mean I see it as sort of the fulcrum to change the social tied women in other cities as well not just New York City but now San Francisco and Detroit. Were now taking the streets and smoking their cigarettes or torches a free. They had their own torches. Afraid of

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"A woman orgasm boosts hosts a man's ego perpetuating the stereotype that women are a mere appendage of men in response to his belief that many of women's ills belong to the fact that they didn't have a penis and were jealous of men for having won a female contemporary came up with the alternate theory of womb envy also soon as vagina envy. This is an alternative theory that states that men are actually jealous of women because they do not have a womb and thus cannot create life to make up for this jealousy. Men tried to construct businesses instead so it feels like they're creating something. One feminist even makes the argument that Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is essentially a story about a man with a serious case of womb envy. Perhaps Freud's wildest theory at at least associated with penis envy which is saying something is the plating or weaving theory according to Freud women were born with Genital Deficiency Agency and inherent inferiority that combined with their lack of aggression led them to contribute little to the advancement of civilization save for one skill skill pleading and weaving why women were motivated to invent pleading in weaving out of shame not shame for not having invented granted the cool things minute invented but of their unconscious desire to hide their shameful castration according to Freud early women attempted attempted to breed their pubic hair together in order to better conceal their lack of external Genitalia having mastered the plate women easily went onto onto invent the art of weaving there is of course no anthropological evidence to back up his theory on the origins of weaving as there was rarely evidence from other scientific disciplines to backup most affords proclamations and I know some people pronounce the word P. L. Ait as Platt like they do on the great British bake off but I've always we said his plate intersecting the topics of homosexuality and misogyny for it believed that homosexuality in men while neurotic was it's not particularly problematic. lesbianism on the other hand was a gateway to mental illness. This is because only men have moral sense to control. There's homosexual desires boys aren't born with this moral sense but acquire it through the castration complex the fear that their father will emasculate them for misbehavior if you're having no external genitals to fear for girls and women will lie in connive to get what they want they must be guided through civilized life by their father and then their husband because lesbians don't marry men they remain loose cannons fundamentally untrustworthy for its daughter. Our Anna was his closest intellectual and emotional companion and a lesbian sort of flies in the face for its teachings that lesbianism is always the fault of the father and is curable by psychoanalysis create cautioned followers that analysis is an erotic relationship. Analyst and patient must scrutinize the amorous. Chris feelings that flow between them this being the case by rules. He asked his followers to honour Freud could not attempt to cure his own daughter's lesbianism. When Anna was twenty three an apparent relationship with a woman he took her into analysis anyway for six nights a week for the next few years he the NFL dissect her masturbation fantasies which featured an angry father figure beating a child who made a mistake over which she had no control. Can you think of anything more cringe-worthy than having to discuss your fantasies with your father having him make them about himself hell about if he then lectured appeared on them. Fruit spoke publicly about Anniston twosies at a conference while Anna sat on stage in the wife's chair near the podium in a small saving grace he didn't actually identify the patient but we know it was because when she wanted to become an analyst she described the same fantasies in a paper deeper called beating fantasies and daydreams try as he might for it was never able to correct in as lesbianism she enjoyed joy fifty plus years of happy monogamy with the heiress of the tiffany jewelry fortune homosexual desires were also the root cause of Paranoia Roya in for its thinking unreasonable. Paranoia is a commonly observed symptoms associated with mental illness for whatever reason Freud saw paranoia as a projection of unconscious homosexual desire for it also thought that paranoia might be a defense mechanism for protecting self esteem and this is the only aspect of the theory of paranoia that is still taken even a little seriously today later psychoanalyst's generally discarded for its original regional theory of paranoia and came to agree that the deeply hidden psychological cause was not a projection of repressed homosexuality but rather a projection of repressed childhood aggression. This theory seems to make a bit more sense since most paranoid people are paranoid about someone or something intending to harm them from a purely scientific perspective however the cause of paranoia is still unknown but Freud also believed that people had an innate eight bisexuality though that term refers more to gender than sexual preference. Everyone has both active and passive aspects to their personality behavior for thought active aspects as being inherently masculine and passive aspects as being inherently feminine therefore everyone everyone must be a mix of masculine and feminine components so everyone must be inherently bisexual. This idea was strengthened. If not arrived at by his colleague Wilhelm Fleiss the ear nose and throat doctor earlier he became Freud's closest friend through four its most productive period and Freud Freud bounce ideas off of Fleiss vice versa like Freud Fleiss was highly ambitious and able to dream up some pretty wild theories. Both men also believed believed that sexual problems masturbation in particular played a key role in the cause of neurotic illness. Even though Fleiss wasn't ear nose and throat specialist list he began to treat hysteria depression and anxiety in patients by applying his own weird fusion of psychoanalysis and knows doctoring during fleiss believed that changes inside the nose were directly related to the genitals and that this was especially observable in menstruating women in in whom he would sometimes cauterize the nasal passages or remove part of the nasal bones to stop excessive ministration since nasal passage changes were observable in both sexes according to Fleiss that was consistent with our bisexual Constitution Freud and fleiss eventually had a falling hanging out when fleiss began to insist that Freud had stolen his ideas about innate bisexuality which he had confided to Freud but had not yet published sometime sometime after the relationship ended for it explained in letters to a friend that Fleiss influence over him had been a manifestation of Freud's own latent homosexual longing eh which he had managed to overcome unlike paranoid people interestingly for later encountered a similar problem in his relationship with Carl our young it seems like Sigmund Freud never met a treatment. He didn't like he practiced electro therapy for at least two years though he claimed to have soon soon realized it was a placebo and promptly stopped using it he sent patients despise for immobility and fattening regiments he prescribed ABC Hydro therapy he steered patients to a gynecologist who treated his Cyril Women with surgical procedures hysterectomies and quitter addicted. He put patients in needless jeopardy acting on impulsive sometimes fatal misjudgements for its pattern of patient treatment showed that he interpreted transient symptomatic improvements as cures and failed to do any follow up. If you looked a little better you were on your own. In the first few years of his practice he was preoccupied with the rank and status of his patients he came to specialize in one particular disease of the rich hysteria which could never be cured and which generated a continuous stream of income when some of his historic patients were subsequently shown to have of organic diseases he still maintained that hysteria was part of the clinical picture he never admitted being wrong in one case saying that while his his diagnosis had not been correct it had not been incorrect either. A prime example of this behavior is the case of Anna O one of the foundational cases of psychoanalysis the prototype for the Cathartic Cure Freud and colleague Joseph Breuer claims that Anna O had recovered after your treatment when in fact she had gotten worse to the point of needing to be hospitalized after leaving psychoanalytical treatment Anna improved on her own and eventually led a successful life as an activist opposing the sex trade. Freud claimed that her activism was a manifestation of her unconsciously wanting to to prevent her mother from having sex with her father. It's entirely possible that Anna Oh didn't even have a psychiatric illness but rather a physical neurological one and many of her most troubling symptoms were caused by the morphine addiction that came along with retreatment looking back to ancient in Greece for a name again. Catharsis is when people feel better after venting their feelings a term stuttle coined after observing the audiences.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Praxis is an error in speech memory or physical action that occurs due to the interference of an unconscious subdued wish or internal train of thought so that's partially accurate. Here's the original definition finishes on Oxford English Dictionary and unintentional mistake. That seems to reveal a sub-conscious intention nice so what did this. When did this come about it actually started with Sigmund Freud shortly after he started practicing he was born in eighteen fifty six and died in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine and most of these things started creeping into the lexicon just shortly after his death or even while he was still alive he was has made fun of while he was alive by some of his colleagues but then he also just Kinda was respected as well by people so in nineteen sixty exte- three in Blake wrote in deadly joker. It was an odd little slip of the tongue. They call them. Freudian slips nowadays so this was only thirty years after after his death die found references that were in literature in the fifties so it definitely had been used prior to that one of my favorite things about a Freudian slip. The common definition Russian is say one thing but you actually mean your mother well done on an episode of the Youtube Series sideshow site in the video. Do Freudian slips mean anything. There's a great overview of this topic and it gives the real low down on it turns out. It's actually all about how our brains process language we mix things up like words that sound similar in our heads and sometimes our brain doesn't catch the mistake before it reaches our mouth. It's not as much to do with subconscious desires but more the inability ability to properly process information before blurting it out and thanks to the fast pace at which prince catch and the dreadfully slow rate eight at which inaccurate scientific data is corrected in our society. Freudian slip is officially an idiom so not only does it not make sense independently if you don't know who freight is but its origin has been disproven so you gotTa Love Language that would bug me as a bit of an anal retentive could've person which is another thing that came from. Florida isn't it very much is well-done anal retentive which is commonly shortened to anal describe hype someone who gives so much attention to detail that it's nearly obsessive and it can be very annoying to others potentially you to the point that it it could be harmful even to the anal retentive person. I don't know what you're talking about. It's frequently paired with calling someone type. A retentive often has a negative connotation in the United States and in European countries the Oxford English dictionary shares this definition initiation as addictive of relating to or designating the latter part of the anal stage of infantile psycho sexual development associated with retention in a feces displaying excessive orderliness parsimony or obstinacy interpreted by psychoanalysts as the result of fixation at the anal stage stage especially its latter part and as a noun a person who displays these characteristics nice way to be lazy well. It's still usually seen as a flaw. People use the term it now to describe themselves but often jokingly in that kind of self deprecating humor style that we all love going back to nineteen ninety nine and the wonderful movie dogma we have it used with a little bit of a funny tone here. Loki says never let it be said Ed that your anal retentive attention to detail never yielded positive results arnold replies. You can't be anal retentive if you don't have an anus and Loki says outstanding outstanding work. I do love that movie. Will you can find new episodes of bunny trails every Wednesday on Itunes spotify or wherever you get your podcast if you like say hello catches on twitter instagram or sometimes even facebook all at bunny trails pot thanks to you. Moxie and thanks to all of your listeners for having us back on the show and remember words belong to their users. Thanks guys as we've mentioned. Fruit believed every adult characteristic could be linked back to a sexual or quasi sexual incident in childhood. He was convinced that sexual molestation was the cause of adult psycho neuroses for it believed everything is patients told him without without the application of critical analysis he would interpret their dreams as distorted evidence of actual events in their past neurotic patients must have repressed their memories of abuse he thought and it was his job to bring those to light at first he thought Nannies were the abusers then he came to believe. It was is almost universally. The patients fathers when a patient stories sounded too outlandish to be real Freud would flip his interpretation. These weren't memories. They were fantasies. He decided his patients were merely fantasizing about sex with their fathers because of an oedipus complex or because they were trying had to cover up childhood masturbation and sexual exploration helping patients cover repressed memories isn't limited to Freud sadly for a great great retelling of how doctors helped cause a satanic panic in the eighties. Check out the very first episode of one of my favorite podcasts your wrong about and also episode twenty two on multiple personality disorder and then the rest of the episodes Freud displayed an expanding getting grandiosity as his career progressed saying that psychoanalysis was the only possible treatment for certain conditions with very little provable success us when faced with that fact freed stated that therapeutic success was not even his primary aim rather he was trying to give patients a conscious awareness of their unconscious wishes he told a friend quote we do analysis for two reasons to understand the unconscious and to make the living we certainly cannot help them for he believed dreams could reveal arcane knowledge and were more accurate than conscious memories he also put stock by the paranormal numerology and cultism. He claimed that his critics weren't entitled to pass. Judgment on psycho analysis analysis because they didn't understand it. It's like every bad behavior from an internet comment thread but being perpetuated by someone that people were trusting to help them to see the Sigmund Freud had a bit of a problem with women would be an understatement. He held that women were biologically. Inferior to men and women's problems stemmed essentially from them not having a penis women in his view didn't have a good sense of justice were weak. Socially I have a jealous nature and are exceedingly vain. Freud was also known to believe women to be the problem in society especially when it comes to incidents of sexual we'll tension once a little girl discovers there are different sexes. She experiences penis envy resenting her mother for denying her one and desiring desiring her father because he has one as she will never have a penis or what he's really saying. She will never be a man a woman will always have an underdeveloped superego thus remain quote morally inferior to men while Freud promoted penis envy as fact others categorized categorized it as a mere reflection of the social mores of the time which privileged the belief of straight men and viewed women as passive creatures as Betty Friedan wrote in the feminine Mystique because Freud's followers could only see women in the image defined by Freud Inferior Childish Helpless with no possibility of happiness unless she adjusted to being a man's passive object they wanted to help women get rid of their suppressed envy. Their neurotic desire desire to be equal. They wanted to help women find sexual fulfillment as woman by affirming their natural inferiority. Freud's weights views on the inferiority of women derived at least in part from anatomy even though he never studied anatomy in a serious way he viewed sexual pleasure from the clitoris as juvenile and immature the vagina was the woman's Mature Sexual Center and he thought that if women did not orgasm when they had sex with men and it was due to penis envy as forty in contemporary Frank Caprio rights whenever a woman is incapable of achieving an orgasm via Coitus Coitus provided the husband isn't adequate partner and prefers clitoral stimulation to any other form of sexual activity she can be regarded as suffering from frigidity and requires psychiatric assistance in atomic speaking the Vagina serves a reproductive purpose and lacks the degree of sensitivity of the clitoris which has no other function than that of sexual pleasure a twenty seventeen study published in the journal of sex and marital therapy reports that only eighteen percent of women less than one in five can even achieve an orgasm through vaginal stimulation alone so yeah not so good with the fundamental mental understanding of women's Anatomy in a nineteen seventy essay an coat goes on to argue that the myth of the vaginal orgasm popularized by Freud worried perseveres primarily because quote the best physical stimulant for the penis is the woman's vagina holding the power to make.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Were given his children for more on cocaine and some surprising theories stories about sex and the human nose. Welcome our next guest presenter. Thanks for having me Moxie. I'm Aranda from interesting sex. podcast where I interview people people that are king can beat them and learn about what they're into it sex positive. It's fun. We'd love to have you stopped by when you're done with your brain on facts. I thought healthcare was Iraq now but imagine going to the doctor in the late eighteen hundreds. Vienna Freud was coming into full swing with his ideas and in studies have dreams talk therapy and yes Freud worked with cocaine as a local anesthetic as well as a talk therapy which honestly might not have been half a fad of an idea because people do talk a lot when they're on Coke no personal experience just saying so over one hundred years ago neurological reflexes flexes emanating from the nose known as nasal reflex neurosis were considered to be the cause of many symptoms including symptoms related to the Genitalia Doctor Wilhelm Fleiss found Freud through his papers on cocaine. He was an auditor Lalla Gist. I can't say that word but he he was a doctor dealing with the ear nose throat head and neck but he also took an interest in human rhythms and sexual cycles fleiss thought the nasal passages I just had an effect on sleep and chest pains but then he started linking along with Freud the nasal passages with menstrual pain miscarriages and psychological disorders orders and thus nasal reflex neurosis was born Freud being a patient of Fleiss started sending his own patients to him as well unfortunately ending dean an almost deadly incident with Emma Stein Freud diagnosed with hysteria and compulsive masturbation masturbation was not considered proper oppor or even safer women of that time for it sent her to Dr Fleiss within a month of seeing Dr Fleiss. Emma was near the point of death. A second opinion doctor checked out and found God's left inside her nose she wanted to Freud's office with nervousness and a tendency to masturbate and left slices with half her face collapse to to surgery and infection. I appreciate all the work discoveries these guys made through trial and error but thank the good Lord they aren't might doctor because masturbation rules and like I said Guys Maranda. I'm with interesting sex podcast. I I'd love for you guys to stop by. visit me when you're done with your brain on facts. I talk to people that are intellect kink fetish beady. Sm about who they are why they're into what they're into and what makes them take how it makes them feel good and how it's affected their life. I'm always curious and I would love to share my curiosity with you. Thanks for having me back to you. Moxie thanks Miranda. One of the best known forty and theories is his identification of the parts of consciousness. Freud thought that all babies. AP sorry initially dominated by unconscious instinctual and selfish urges for immediate gratification which he labeled the hid as babies his attempt and fail to get all of their whims met they develop a more realistic appreciation for what is possible which is called the ego over our time babies also learn about and come to internalize and represent their parents values and rules these rules the superego are the basis for the developing child's consciousness that struggles with the concepts of right and wrong and works with the ego to control the immediate gratification urges the IT Freud didn't discover the unconscious mind of course that stink tion goes to French psychiatrist Pierre Genie but it was Freud who took the concept to the next level full by breaking it down even further and by applying it to psychotherapy and Free Association where patients would openly talk about their feelings and experiences regardless of how irrelevant absurd or upsetting it sounded human genitalia was kind of a big deal with Freud in fact he believed that all peoples personalities personalities and how well they functioned in society were result of developing through five psycho sexual stages oral Anal Phallic Latency and genital in Fritz view each stage focused on sexual activity and the pleasure received from a particular area of body in the oral phase children are focused on the pleasure they receive from nursing and biting with their mouth in the anal phase this focus shifts to through the anus as they began toilet training and attempt to control their bowels. If parents taken approach that's too lenient. Freud suggests that anal explosive super-security could develop in which the individual has a messy wasteful or destructive personality if the parents are too strict or begin toilet the training too early. Freud believed that an anal retentive personality develops in which the individual is rigid orderly and obsessive as potty the training wasn't hard enough for parents adherence to Freud's belief also had to deal with worrying that they would make their children gay by potty training them incorrectly early in the Phallic stage the focus moves to genital stimulation and the sexual identification that comes with whether or not you have a penis during this stays. Ford thought that children turn their interest and love toward the parent of the opposite sex and begin to strongly resent the parent of the same sex. This oedipus complex is named for the Greek tragedy in which the protagonist fulfills a prophecy by unknowingly killing his father and marrying and having children in with his mother supposedly boys begin to view their father's arrival for their mother's affections. They want to possess their mother and eliminate their father. However the child also fears he will be punished by his father through these feelings of fear that Freud termed castration anxiety since girls can't can't feel this castration anxiety they instead feel permanent penis envy which will revisit shortly girls allegedly want to possess their fathers and replaced their mothers which is called Electra Complex Electro was another ancient Greek character who plotted with her brother to kill their mother but there's Paris was a revenge plot for the death of their father so the name is kind of a stretch in this reporters opinion eventually according to Freud the child begins to identify defy with the same sex parent as a means of vicariously possessing the other parent the phallic or edible stage was thought to be followed by a period creative latency during which sexual urges and interests were temporarily nonexistent finally children were thought to enter and remain in a genital stage which in which adult sexual interest and activities come to dominate there have been a number of observations and criticisms of Freud's psycho-sexual theory through the a years on a number of grounds including scientific and feminist critiques the theories focused almost entirely on male development. The theories are difficult to test scientifically concepts such as Beato are impossible to measure and therefore cannot be empirically tested. Freud said a thing that he he can't prove to be true in a way that makes it hard to prove that it's not true future. Predictions are vague business at best and should be left to fortune tellers. The length of time between the cause and effect is too great to assume there's a relationship between the two variables for its theories based on case studies. It's not empirical research on the recollections of his adult patients but not on any actual observation or study of children. Another criticism of the psycho sexual stages is that the theory focuses primarily on heterosexual development largely ignoring homosexual development except as a side effect of something going wrong. Freud's theory suggests that heterosexual preferences represent the normal outcome of development and suggested stood that homosexual preferences represent a deviation somewhere in the process for its own viewpoints on homosexuality varied at times expressing pressing biological explanations let other times social or psychological explanations for sexual preference but to his credit and dissimilar from many any people at the time Freud did not view homosexuality as a pathology in need of correction those psycho sexual stages at length a few freezes says to the Popular Lexicon for more on that welcome. Two of my favorite words are Moxie. It's Dan view and China Harrison. We host the bunny trails podcast where we take you on a whimsical adventure of idioms and other turns of phrase. We are so excited to be back on the show so thanks Moxie for having US Dan. Where are we getting started today where we're going to look to phrases that are often associated with Sigmund Freud gave the world a lot of great themes to work with these days. They're mostly used as comedic devices whether suffering from an oedipus complex experiencing penis envy. We're having daddy issues. People regularly use good old signals concepts to describe Dr Others behavior the main thing he did though was give us the slip the Freudian slip that is I thought it would be on theme today. If we use the WIKIPEDIA definition Russian for this one it state of forty and slip also called Para.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Psychiatry's arguably the least science based of the medical specialties and forty and psychoanalysis arguably the least science science-based of those the father of psycho analysis for its impact on twentieth century thought is undeniable even though he got almost everything everything wrong my name's Moxy and this is your brain known fact. Let's start from the beginning which is a very good place to start for some background on the man himself. Please welcome our first guest presenter. Hi this is emily procup from the podcast the story behind the extraordinary history of the ordinary and this is the story behind Sigmund Freud on May six eighteen fifty six seek. He's Munn Freud was born. He was one of Eight children to Jacob Fried who was a wool merchant and Amalia Nathanson who is Jacob's third wife. Although his family were Hasidic choose sigismund or Siegmund as he became known didn't practice when Sigmund was four his family moved from what is now known as the Czech Republic to Vienna Austria Austria where he ended up staying study medicine at the University of Vienna. He began studying the anatomy of the brain including the effects of cocaine before the dangerous were as widely widely known as they are today he moved away from that but still used it occasionally for his migraines and a self medication for depression. He began working as a clinical assistant then moved onto studying psychiatry. When he met physician and physiologist Joseph brewer he learned about hypnosis for use on patients suffering being from hysteria. He watched his patients would come into brewer get hypnotized and then we're able to talk through experiences. They wouldn't have been able to otherwise and at the end the patients would feel much better. Freud was fascinated with this and after traveling to study hypnosis more returned to Vienna to open his own practice in eighteen eighteen eighty six he soon realized that many of his patients didn't need hypnosis though but they just needed open space to talk it helped that they could lay on the couch and didn't have to see Freud taking notes next to them. The couch is a fairly well known trope for therapists in movies and television but Freud had originally used to help people into hypnosis and it had originated when a patient gifted him one he also coined the term psycho analysis for his way of allowing patients to talk about anything thing that entered their brains. He began developing theories. We still learn about today like the ID ego and Superego as well as the oedipus complex and and if you're still in the dark about whether you've heard Freud or not you might have heard of Freudian slips the situation when you mistakenly say something you didn't mean to but was actually an underlying underlying truth instead like when I say I'm just going to have thirty pieces of chocolate oops. I meant three. He was also known to study dreams believing that they held the key to people's deepest desires his most famous book. The interpretation of dreams wasn't a big seller when it was first released in eighteen ninety nine. It only sold three hundred hundred and fifty one copies in the first six years. He became a professor at the University of Vienna and began attracting others interested in learning about the complexities of the brain including Carl. Oh young his group was called. The psychoanalytic society and soon other chapters followed in other cities but as world war loomed. Freud kept Tim and his family in Austria as long as possible. Although by nineteen thirty three Nazi's began burning his books because even though he is said to have been an atheist he was still still of Jewish heritage by nineteen thirty eight he and his family had run into problems with the Gestapo in Austria and left for England he had married Martha Bernese back in eighteen eighty two and went onto father six children with her. He also began smoking in his twenties believing the habit increases productivity but it became a lifelong addiction. Even after doctors found a cancerous tumor inside his mouth when he was in his sixties his mouth cancer became inoperable and on September twenty first nineteen thirty nine he asked his colleague and fellow Dr Max sure to end the suffering he received three heavy doses of morphine slipped into a coma. Oh Mama and died thanks emily. If my listener enjoys hearing the surprising origins of everyday items you'll definitely want to check out of the story behind behind Sigmund for it was also a serious polyglot meeting. Someone who speaks multiple languages he had a strong knowledge of German Italian Polian Greek English Spanish Hebrew and Latin making those of us who got a C. in Highschool French. Look Pretty Shabby. It's also been said that he was already reading Shakespeare at the age of Eight. Whatever else is said today. No one will be impugning for intellectual capacity although he it didn't keep his Jewish faith Freud became a particular target of the Nazis when they rose to power his books were among those banned in nineteen thirty three which which caused him to snark what progress we are making in the Middle Ages. They would've Bernie nowadays. They are content with burning my books. After Germany annexed Austria the Nazis rated for its apartment and the Gestapo Detained and interrogated his daughter Anna with the assistance of his friend and patient patient Princess Marie Bonaparte a reluctant Freud fled to Paris and then to London with his wife and daughter sadly bonaparte could not obtain exit visas as for four or four sisters who would tragically die in the concentration camps their deaths were beyond their control but Freud's wasn't wasn't Freud smoked as many as twenty cigars a day every day. He was quoted as saying that the cigars were essential to his life that they improved just work this popular story that WanNa Freud students suggested that perhaps this constant need to have a cigar in his mouth meant that he had an oral fixation nation a disorder that he postulated which we'll get into shortly to this Freud famously replied. Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar dr except he probably didn't this deflected response was first documented in nineteen fifty thirty years after it was supposedly said Ed but there are no other references to it to be found in those three decades after the discovery of cancerous tumor inside for its mouth in nineteen twenty-three doctors removed a large part of his jaw although he underwent thirty three additional surgeries over the next sixteen years and had to have a prestigious inserted to two separate his sinus from his Jawf Freud never stopped smoking so maybe we will question his smarts just a little bit in addition into Tobacco Freud was a big fan and proponent of cocaine even bigger than Eric Clapton in the eighteen eighties for it grew interested in a drug being I used by a German military doctor to rejuvenate exhausted troops he distributed doses of cocaine to his friends and future wife and touted the drugs folks therapeutic benefits in eighteen eighty four paper on coca which he called a song of praise to this magical substance however when Freud gave cocaine to close friend Ernst von Fleischer mark sow to wean him from his morphine addiction and relieve pain his friend instead developed serious ISG cocaine addiction with news of other addictions and overdose deaths spreading for it stopped advocating cocaine's medicinal benefits but continued continued to use the drug for migraine depression and nasal inflammation for those who don't know snorting cocaine through a nose. That's inflamed by cocaine is a bad idea to the degree that it can cause tissue death or necrosis for a treated this tissue necrosis with more more cocaine. His writings on the benefits of cocaine have been called into serious question as he referenced successful outcomes of patients who don't seem to have existed assisted he published scientific study on the physiological effects of cocaine on reaction time and muscle strength his only experimental subject. It was himself in his right up. He tried to explain away his failure to test other subjects and then claimed he had confirmed his results by testing colleagues which also cannot be proved the study was riddled with methodological flaws and as one biographer commented may hey rank among the most careless research studies ever to see print. Freud was trained as a scientist but didn't live up to its principles in the article on on coca he demonstrated poor scholarship omitting crucial references citing references from another bibliography without reading them and making careless. Louis airs like misstating names dates and places of publication. There were numerous instances where he also appeared that his own drug use this was affecting his judgement he even prescribed cocaine to a patient with diptheria and often fatal bacterial infection of the mouth and throat which most most of US thankfully. I've never encountered owing to the D. T. A. P. Vaccine.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Welcome to another special greatest hits episode of Your Brain on facts where we celebrate for a second time the fiftieth episode that's significant significant because most podcast don't make it past their seventh episode so to celebrate I brought on a Bevy of fabulous hosts to help me address the the topic that Sigmund Freud was full of content warning. We are talking Freud which means a lot of talk about human sexuality in Genitalia Kalia so maybe don't listen to this one while doing your filing at the office or ferrying the kids to soccer practice but if you listen to this one on a first date by all means let me know how it goes a quick shout out to my brainiacs this week for a great week of interaction I had posted on National Video Game Game Day asking what everybody's first game was and boy. A lot of us are old. Aren't we on a post about last week's episode on company towns Adam Adam the host of the odd data out podcast posted that he was actually born in a mining company town another great coincidence this week I I shared on my personal facebook which also gets ported over to the podcast twitter at rain on facts pot a cool article about a particular high school that let students dress up any way. They want to have their student. Id Photo taken and these kids just went to town with the cause play and our superfan. Mike went to that a highschool correlation does not equal causation but he's in fashion now. I'm just saying don't forget that you can get great facts that don't make he can onto the main social media feeds by joining the brainiacs break room on facebook facebook dot com slash groups plural slash brainiac break room and and you can always support the show by going to Patriot dot com slash your brain on facts and helping defray the costs to put it on by as little as two dollars a month and now your feature presentation.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels the rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and Redeemer Miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your Wallet Credit Approval Required Capital One bank. USA NA welcome to brainstorm production of iheartradio. Hey rain stuff lauren. Bogle bomb here history has not been kind to Sigmund Freud were once believed to be among the greatest thinkers of the twentieth century but if old Sigmund were somehow around today it's I'm likely he died in nineteen thirty nine. Everyone in the room would probably be trying to act as if he wasn't. They're treating him like that. Crazy old uncle rolling their eyes at his embarrassingly politically incorrect insistences Sigmund Freud the father of psychoanalysis the man who introduced us to the EGO and the superego into offered up ideas like repression in defense mechanisms and penis envy and the oedipus complex is not the towering figure. He wants was still as much as some might try. We can't seem to shake entirely clear him or his ideas. Let's start with oedipus complex. When a Freud's most well-known theories remember the story of oedipus pissed from Greek mythology abandoned at birth at a pissed fulfilled a prophecy by unknowingly killing his real father king and marrying the king's widow at his mother. Her oedipus then fathered four children with her after finding out. What was what mom hung herself? oedipus gouged his eyes out and it was a legit Greek tragedy. Freud's oedipus complex plays off of that his theory goes that there's a totally normal stage of development between the ages of three and six years during which children experience unconscious sexual desire for the parent of the opposite sex and simultaneous jealousy and rivalry with their parents of the same sex along with couches in a doctor's office these symbolism that lies in dreams empty power of the unconscious the oedipus complex one of Freud's main contributions to the field a a theory that little boys want their mothers and hate their fathers and that little girls desire their dads and despise their MOMS. It's a theory with all sorts of psycho-sexual the sexual correlates that is widely discounted these days because we simply it has no scientific basis in fact Freud was in effect just theorizing throwing throwing things out there and today that's not nearly enough a we spoke with psychiatrists Joel Perez Professor at McGill University in Montreal and a research associate the Department of Psychiatry at Jewish General Hospital there he said I just think that people quietly buried. It stopped talking about it. If you speak to an intelligent psychoanalyst psychoanalyst bid say that isn't really the main thing we don't believe that anymore as fields like neuroscience have grown in importance as scientists have concocted ways to look more closely at the brain and how it works the oedipus complex and many of Freud's theories just haven't held up a pair said I wrote a short book looking at what the evidence shows both in theory and in practice there are some things that should be kept and that are supported by evidence but there's a lot that shouldn't be in particular. Giller psychoanalysis as a therapy doesn't have support except in a very brief four where you see people maybe for a few months and that's called brief psycho dynamic therapy that has scientific evidence for it early in two thousand nineteen the book Paris mentioned an evidence based Critique of Contemporary Psychoanalysis Research Theory end clinical practice was published in it. He calls for psychoanalysis to tie itself more closely to a scientific and clinical base the fields very existence. He argues depends upon it. He wrote in a two thousand seventeen paper on the subject. Quote Psychoanalysis claimed to be a science but did not function like one it it failed to operationalize its hypotheses to test them with empirical methods or to remove constructs that failed to gain scientific support the field may only survive if it's prepared prepared to dismantle its structure as separate discipline and rejoined academia and clinical science and this isn't a new point of view Frederick crews. One of the world's foremost Freud critics wrote more than twenty years ago. Independent studies have begun to converge toward a verdict that was once considered a sign of extremism stream. ISM are even neurosis that there is literally nothing to be said scientifically or therapeutically to the advantage of the entire Freudian system or any of its component component dogmas. Who've analyzed that another of Freud's ideas was that every memory we have is stored in our minds but that some are repressed because because of childhood trauma or other reasons those repressed memories he said could only be mind through psychoanalysis that premise has also taken a beating as science has discovered discover more about the intricacies and capabilities of the brain still even time can't take away the fact that Freud was in arguably one of the most famous thinkers of his era and has remained somewhat influential far beyond it even today a few of Freud's ideas survive and in some instances may be better better than what's offered by modern science. Peres said a lot of people in my profession today just write prescriptions. That's all they do all day and I think they do. Patients patients great disservice because they don't know how to listen to them or understand their life stories. I think the problem with Freud was he had been trained as a neuroscientist in the late nineteenth century entry but there were no tools to apply scientific methods to what he was doing so he just speculated he actually thought that you could sort of x Ray People's minds by having them lie on couch and free associate. It's not true but I think that the whole idea of understanding people's life story is something we should not get rid of. We need to listen listen to people. Let's not take all of psychology out of psychiatry but let's try to stick to theories where the science is really good..

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Paranormal numerology and cultism he claimed that it that his critics weren't entitled to pass judgment on psychoanalysis because they didn't understand it. It's like every bad behavior from an internet comment thread, but being perpetuated by someone that people were trusting to help them. To say the Sigmund Freud had a bit of a problem with women would be an understatement. He held that women were biologically inferior to men and that women's problems stemmed, essentially from them, not having a penis women in his view. Didn't have a good sense of Justice were weak socially, have jealous nature and are exceedingly vain for. It was also known to believe women to be the problem in society, especially when it comes to incidents of sexual tension. Once a little girl discovers there are different sexes. She experiences penis envy. Resenting her mother for denying her one and desiring her father because he has one as she will never have a penis or what he's really saying. She will never be a man. A woman will always have an underdeveloped superego and thus remain quote morally inferior to men. While Freud promoted penis envy. As fact others had categorized it as a mere reflection of the social mores of the time, which privileged the belief of straight men and viewed women as passive creatures as Betty Friedan wrote in the feminine mystique because for its followers could only see women in the image defined by Freud inferior childish helpless with no possibility of happiness, unless she adjusted to being a man's passive object. They wanted to help women get rid of their suppressed envy, their neurotic desire to be equal. They wanted to help women find sexual fulfillment. As woman by affirming their natural inferiority. Fruits views on the inferiority of women derived, at least in part from anatomy, even though he never studied anatomy in a serious way. He viewed sexual pleasure from the clitoris as juvenile and immature the vagina was the woman's mature sexual center. And he thought that if women did not orgasm when they had sex with men it was due to penis envy. As forty and contemporary, Frank Capri, oh rights whenever a woman is incapable of achieving an orgasm via coitus provided. The husband isn't adequate partner and prefers clitoral stimulation to any other form of sexual activity. She can be regarded as suffering from Frigidity and requires psychiatric assistance. Anatomically speaking, the vagina serves a reproductive purpose and lacks the degree of sensitivity of the clitoris, which has no other function than that of sexual pleasure. A twenty seventeen study published in the journal of sex and marital therapy reports that only eighteen percent of women less than one in five can even achieve an orgasm through vaginal stimulation alone. So yeah, not so good with the fundamental understanding of women's Natta me. In a nineteen seventy essay an coat goes on to argue that the myth of the vaginal orgasm popularized by Freud perseveres, primarily because quote, the best physical stimulant for the penis is the woman's vagina holding the power to make a woman. Orgasm boosts Ammann's EKO perpetuating. The Freudian stereotype that women are a mere appendage of men. In response to his belief that many of women's ills belong to the fact that they didn't have a penis and were jealous of.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Paranormal numerology and cultism he claimed that it that his critics weren't entitled to pass judgment on psychoanalysis because they didn't understand it. It's like every bad behavior from an internet comment thread, but being perpetuated by someone that people were trusting to help them. To say the Sigmund Freud had a bit of a problem with women would be an understatement. He held that women were biologically inferior to men and that women's problems stemmed, essentially from them, not having a penis women in his view. Didn't have a good sense of Justice were weak socially, have jealous nature and are exceedingly vain for. It was also known to believe women to be the problem in society, especially when it comes to incidents of sexual tension. Once a little girl discovers there are different sexes. She experiences penis envy. Resenting her mother for denying her one and desiring her father because he has one as she will never have a penis or what he's really saying. She will never be a man. A woman will always have an underdeveloped superego and thus remain quote morally inferior to men. While Freud promoted penis envy. As fact others had categorized it as a mere reflection of the social mores of the time, which privileged the belief of straight men and viewed women as passive creatures as Betty Friedan wrote in the feminine mystique because for its followers could only see women in the image defined by Freud inferior childish helpless with no possibility of happiness, unless she adjusted to being a man's passive object. They wanted to help women get rid of their suppressed envy, their neurotic desire to be equal. They wanted to help women find sexual fulfillment. As woman by affirming their natural inferiority. Fruits views on the inferiority of women derived, at least in part from anatomy, even though he never studied anatomy in a serious way. He viewed sexual pleasure from the clitoris as juvenile and immature the vagina was the woman's mature sexual center. And he thought that if women did not orgasm when they had sex with men it was due to penis envy. As forty and contemporary, Frank Capri, oh rights whenever a woman is incapable of achieving an orgasm via coitus provided. The husband isn't adequate partner and prefers clitoral stimulation to any other form of sexual activity. She can be regarded as suffering from Frigidity and requires psychiatric assistance. Anatomically speaking, the vagina serves a reproductive purpose and lacks the degree of sensitivity of the clitoris, which has no other function than that of sexual pleasure. A twenty seventeen study published in the journal of sex and marital therapy reports that only eighteen percent of women less than one in five can even achieve an orgasm through vaginal stimulation alone. So yeah, not so good with the fundamental understanding of women's Natta me. In a nineteen seventy essay an coat goes on to argue that the myth of the vaginal orgasm popularized by Freud perseveres, primarily because quote, the best physical stimulant for the penis is the woman's vagina holding the power to make a woman. Orgasm boosts Ammann's EKO perpetuating. The Freudian stereotype that women are a mere appendage of men. In response to his belief that many of women's ills belong to the fact that they didn't have a penis and were jealous of.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Business at best and should be left to fortune tellers the length of time between the cones and effect is too great to assume that there's a relationship between the two variables. Freud's theory is based on case studies not imperial research on the recollections of his adult patients, but not on any actual observation or study of children. Another criticism of the psycho sexual stages is that the theory focuses primarily on heterosexual development, largely ignoring homosexual development, except as a side effect of something going wrong. Freud's theory suggests that heterosexual preferences represent the normal outcome of development and suggested that homosexual preferences represent a deviation somewhere in the process. For its own viewpoints on homosexuality varied at times expressing biological explanations. And at other times, social or psychological explanations for sexual preference, but to his credit and dissimilar from many people at the time Freud did not view homosexuality as a pathology in need of correction. Those psycho sexual stages have lent. A few freezes to the popular lexicon for more on that. Welcome two of my favorite words, harm Oxy, its debut and Chana Harrison, we host the bunny trails podcast where we take you on a whimsical adventure of idioms and other turns of phrase, we are so excited to be back on the show. So thanks moxie for happiness, Dan, where we getting started today where we're going look at two phrases that are often associated with Sigmund? Freud he gave the world a lot of great things to work with these days. They're mostly used as comedic devices whether suffering from an Oedipus complex experiencing. Penis envy. We're having daddy issues. People regularly use good old signals concepts to describe others behavior. The main thing he did though was give us the slip that Friday and slept that as I thought it would be on theme today, if we used the Wikipedia definition for this one it states. Forty and slip also called para praxis is an error in speech memory or physical action that occurs due to the interference of an unconscious subdued wish or internal train of thought. So that's partially accurate. Here's the original definition on Oxford English dictionary and unintentional mistake that seems to reveal a sub-conscious intention. Oh nice. So what did this come about? And actually started with Sigmund Freud shortly after he started practicing. He was born in eighteen fifty six and died in nineteen thirty nine. And most of these things started creeping into the lexicon just shortly after his death or even while he was still alive. He was made fun of while he was alive by some of his colleagues, but then he also just kinda was respected as well by people. So in nineteen sixty three in Blake wrote in deadly joker. It was an odd little slip of the tongue. They call them. Freudian slips nowadays. So this was only thirty years after his death. I found references that were in literature in the fifties. So it definitely had been used prior to that and my favorite things about a Freudian slip. The common definition is. It's when you say one thing, but you actually mean your mother well done on an episode of the YouTube series, sideshow psych. In the video do Freudian slips mean anything, there's a great overview of this topic. And it gives the real low down on it turns out, it's actually all about how our brains process language, we mix things up like words that sound similar in our heads. And sometimes our brain doesn't catch the mistake before it reaches our mouth, it's not as much to do with subconscious desires, but more the inability to properly process information before blurting it out and thanks to the fast pace at which trends catch and the dreadfully slow rate at which in accurate scientific data is corrected in our society. Freudian slip is officially an idiom. So not only does it not make sense independently if you don't know who freed is, but its origin has been disproven. So you you gotta love language that would bug me as a bit of an anal retentive person. Which is another thing that came from Freud, isn't it very much is built on anal retentive, which is commonly shortened to describe someone who gives so much attention to detail that it's nearly obsessive and it can be very annoying to others. Potentially to the point that it could be harmful even to the inaugural tentative person. I don't know what you're talking about. It's frequently paired with calling someone a type A anal retentive often has a negative connotation in the United States and in European countries..

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Welcome to the fiftieth episode of your brain on facts, considering the vast majority of podcasts are abandoned after seven episodes. That's no mean feat to celebrate. I brought on a bevy of guest hosts to help me tackle a topic. I've been wanting to do since the very beginning. The dubious proclamations and legacy of Sigmund Freud. Psychiatry's arguably, the least science-based of the medical specialties and forty and psychoanalysis arguably the least science based of those the father of psycho analysis for its impact on twentieth century thought is undeniable even though he got almost everything wrong. My name's moxy. And this is your brain on facts. Let's start from the beginning. Which is a very good place to start for some background on the man himself. Please welcome our first guest presenter. Hi, this is Emily Procup from the podcast the story behind the extraordinary history of the ordinary, and this is the story behind Sigmund Freud on may sixth eighteen fifty six seek Eastman Freud was born. He was one of eight children to Jacob Freud. Who was a wool merchant and Amalia Nathanson who is Jacob's third wife, although his family were his Siddiq cues Sigismund or segment as he became known didn't practice when Sigmund was four his family moved from. What is now known as the Czech Republic to Vienna. Austria where he ended up staying to study medicine at the university of Vienna. He began studying the anatomy of the brain, including the effects of cocaine before the dangerous were as widely known as they are today. He moved away from that. But still used it occasionally for his mind. Greens and a self medication for his depression. He began working as a clinical assistant, then moved onto studying psychiatry when he met physician and physiologist Joseph brewer, he learned about hypnosis for use on patients suffering from hysteria. He watched his patients would come into brewer get hypnotized, and then we're able to talk through experiences they wouldn't have been able to otherwise. And at the end, the patients would feel much better Freud was fascinated with this. And after traveling to study hypnosis some more returned to Vienna to open his own practice in eighteen eighty six. He soon realized that many of his patients didn't need hypnosis though. But that they just needed an open space to talk. It helped that they could lay on the couch and didn't have to see Freud taking notes next to them. The couch is a fairly well known trope for therapist and movies and television. But Freud had originally used it to help people into hypnosis, and it had originated when a patient gifted him one. He also coined the term psycho analysis for his way of allowing patients to talk about anything that entered their brains. He began developing theories, we still learn about today like the ego and superego as well as the Oedipus complex, and if you're still in the dark about whether you've heard of Freud or not you might have heard a Freudian slips the situation when you mistakenly say something you didn't mean to but was actually an underlying truth. Instead like when I say, I'm just going to have thirty pieces of chocolate. Oops, I meant three he was also known to study dreams believing that they held the key to people's deepest desires his most famous book the interpretation of dreams wasn't a big seller. When it was first released in eighteen ninety nine it only sold three hundred and fifty one copies in the first six years. He became a professor at the university of Vienna and began attracting others interested in learning about the complexities of the brain, including Carl young his group was called the psychoanalytic society and soon other chapter. Followed and other cities. But as World War Two loomed Freud kept him and his family in Austria as long as possible, although by nineteen thirty three Nazi's began burning his books because even though he is said to have been an atheist. He was still of Jewish heritage by nineteen thirty eight he and his family had run into problems with like a stopover in Austria and left for England. He had married Martha Byrne as back in eighteen eighty two and went onto father six children with her. He also began smoking in his twenties believing the habit increases productivity, but it became a lifelong addiction even after doctors found a cancerous tumor inside his mouth when he was in his sixties, his mouth cancer became inoperable and on September twenty first nineteen thirty nine he asked his colleague and fellow. Dr max sure to end his suffering. He received three heavy doses of morphine slipped into a coma and died. Thanks, emily. If my listener enjoys hearing the surprising origins of everyday items, you'll definitely want to check out of the story behind Sigmund..

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Your Brain on Facts

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Welcome to the fiftieth episode of your brain on facts, considering the vast majority of podcasts are abandoned after seven episodes. That's no mean feat to celebrate. I brought on a bevy of guest hosts to help me tackle a topic. I've been wanting to do since the very beginning. The dubious proclamations and legacy of Sigmund Freud. Psychiatry's arguably, the least science-based of the medical specialties and forty and psychoanalysis arguably the least science based of those the father of psycho analysis for its impact on twentieth century thought is undeniable even though he got almost everything wrong. My name's moxy. And this is your brain on facts. Let's start from the beginning. Which is a very good place to start for some background on the man himself. Please welcome our first guest presenter. Hi, this is Emily Procup from the podcast the story behind the extraordinary history of the ordinary, and this is the story behind Sigmund Freud on may sixth eighteen fifty six seek Eastman Freud was born. He was one of eight children to Jacob Freud. Who was a wool merchant and Amalia Nathanson who is Jacob's third wife, although his family were his Siddiq cues Sigismund or segment as he became known didn't practice when Sigmund was four his family moved from. What is now known as the Czech Republic to Vienna. Austria where he ended up staying to study medicine at the university of Vienna. He began studying the anatomy of the brain, including the effects of cocaine before the dangerous were as widely known as they are today. He moved away from that. But still used it occasionally for his mind. Greens and a self medication for his depression. He began working as a clinical assistant, then moved onto studying psychiatry when he met physician and physiologist Joseph brewer, he learned about hypnosis for use on patients suffering from hysteria. He watched his patients would come into brewer get hypnotized, and then we're able to talk through experiences they wouldn't have been able to otherwise. And at the end, the patients would feel much better Freud was fascinated with this. And after traveling to study hypnosis some more returned to Vienna to open his own practice in eighteen eighty six. He soon realized that many of his patients didn't need hypnosis though. But that they just needed an open space to talk. It helped that they could lay on the couch and didn't have to see Freud taking notes next to them. The couch is a fairly well known trope for therapist and movies and television. But Freud had originally used it to help people into hypnosis, and it had originated when a patient gifted him one. He also coined the term psycho analysis for his way of allowing patients to talk about anything that entered their brains. He began developing theories, we still learn about today like the ego and superego as well as the Oedipus complex, and if you're still in the dark about whether you've heard of Freud or not you might have heard a Freudian slips the situation when you mistakenly say something you didn't mean to but was actually an underlying truth. Instead like when I say, I'm just going to have thirty pieces of chocolate. Oops, I meant three he was also known to study dreams believing that they held the key to people's deepest desires his most famous book the interpretation of dreams wasn't a big seller. When it was first released in eighteen ninety nine it only sold three hundred and fifty one copies in the first six years. He became a professor at the university of Vienna and began attracting others interested in learning about the complexities of the brain, including Carl young his group was called the psychoanalytic society and soon other chapter. Followed and other cities. But as World War Two loomed Freud kept him and his family in Austria as long as possible, although by nineteen thirty three Nazi's began burning his books because even though he is said to have been an atheist. He was still of Jewish heritage by nineteen thirty eight he and his family had run into problems with like a stopover in Austria and left for England. He had married Martha Byrne as back in eighteen eighty two and went onto father six children with her. He also began smoking in his twenties believing the habit increases productivity, but it became a lifelong addiction even after doctors found a cancerous tumor inside his mouth when he was in his sixties, his mouth cancer became inoperable and on September twenty first nineteen thirty nine he asked his colleague and fellow. Dr max sure to end his suffering. He received three heavy doses of morphine slipped into a coma and died. Thanks, emily. If my listener enjoys hearing the surprising origins of everyday items, you'll definitely want to check out of the story behind Sigmund..

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I would say that's smallness of scale is important so that even a city like vienna which by the time of freud uh came along and you'll roughly nineteen 100 had exploded in population was huge but it's still haven't intimacy to it you know and a lot of the genes took place in the coffee houses in in the salons were people met and so yes that was a big city and others were large but they had intimate spaces were people interacted so that sort of smallness of scale is important and you see that today in silicon valley where these now large companies like google napa or you know trying to think like small companies by maintaining small work teams for instance replace him sound from sigmund freud this is sad from a bbc recording from nineteen thirty eight where freud is describing the resistance he encountered when he founded his new science of psychoanalysis core what do you mind but laura might be a limited one one minardi resistance was strong and unknown relenting an interesting section on freud in your book air quinn yes i love the take by the way we're getting einsteinian for reducing how that nice uh let's put it this way if you come up with a new idea and there's no resist unrelenting resistance is probably not a new idea in a who in it's certainly not a genius idea all innovative ideas are met with resistance by definition right because the rocking the boat the rocking the status quo and uh fright is is a good example um because his ideas of the unconscious in and everything related to that we're actually called fairy tales by his colleagues from the time freud's fairytales and his you know book the interpretation of dreams which is now considered a classic just flopped when it first came out it's all a couple hundred copies in was dismissed by the establishment but he persisted right in that persistence is important any he also occupied what i called the sweet spot of genius freud was uh an outsider in vienna who is an outsider as in immigrant his family moved there.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Historical Figures

"By this time freud had completely abandoned hypnosis as a curative method and was all in on his new psychological treatment which he now called psychoanalysis or another term from the psychology textbooks he certainly coined a lot of terms did me he certainly did and for those who need a quick refresher psychoanalysis is a method of diagnosing entreating mental disorders by investigating the relationship between the conscious and unconscious mind it relied heavily on freud's theories of dream interpretation and free association as we mentioned before it was also around the time of forwards father's death that ford began to invest more time into dream analysis in eighteen ninety nine he published the interpretation of dreams in which he analysed existing dream theories in addition to interpreting the dreams of several of his patients for its theory basically said that all the thoughts and events of everyday life stayed in a person's mind even if they couldn't actively remember those thoughts and events which were then processed in the form of dreams he treated the dreams as wish fulfilment or a means of satisfying a desire that could not be satisfied in real life basically he believed dreams were a window into the primal desires of man he also explained his theory of how the mind is organized in particular he focused in on the division between the conscious and unconscious mind this eventually formed his famous id ego and superego theory of course the idea of the unconscious was not original to freud in fact several psychologists in the 1890s had referred to the unconscious and subconscious in their works and there was even a book published by philosopher edward vaughan hartmann in eighteen sixty nine long before freud's ideas on psychoanalysis entitled philosophy of the unconscious regardless freud used the idea of the unconscious mind to dig up the root of his patients.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Struggles and freud attempted to treat her by having nightly analysis sessions six times a week over the course of four years when anna was in her midtwenties he analysed her dreams emotions relationships and memories the to even talked about her sexual fantasies and masturbation habits to an outsider moves could be seen as a strange practice but for freud an ana it was a strengthening of their relationship and an affirmation of their individual passion for psychology in 1887 about a year after establishing his clinic freud met doctor that would become one of his closest friends and intellectual collaborators as well as providing for a rather interesting side story in the life of sigmund freud wilhelm fleece was an ear nose and throat specialist who like freud was a maverick when it came to medical theories both were outside the mainstream medical bubble and had a keen interest in developing radical new theories on sexuality lady both also believed in the importance of masturbation the use of condoms and coitus interruptus which were not all widely accepted at the time while fried was on track to developing theories on what would become psychoanalysis fleece was working on his own theories on human biorhythms which analyzes the physical emotional and intellectual cycles of man that were bestowed by nature at the time of birth to many of today's psychologists the theories are nothing more than pseudoscientific ramblings but to freud did they were brilliant in fact freud's obsession with fleece surpassed that of mere intellectual respect himself noted that he had a deep attachment to fleece fleece was not important freud just as a friend who's intellect match freud's fleeces theories were also pivotal to the development of freud's own theories on infantile sexuality and by sexuality in fact freud's first publication of the theory of the mind project for a science.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Hundreds when geneva n philosopher jeanjacques rousseau wrote about how economic pressures would cause a psychological transformation in both societies and individuals as a reminder this was nearly two centuries before freud began steadying the subject was also one of freud's inspirations he borrowed from russo's ideas and philosophy to form a clinical method of approaching psycho pathology but fried couldn't do that with his job at the hospital taking up all his time upon returning from his fellowship in eighteen '86 ford left his job at vienna general hospital and set up his own private practice where he specialized in nervous disorders to be clear a nervous disorder simply refers to a neurological disorder that stems from the nervous system i e anything from paralysis and seizures to confusion and speech problems ford combined his knowledge of medicine with his newfound interest in alternative treatment methods like his mentor shoko freud used hypnosis as a method of treating his patience he put his patients in a trance to help them recall traumatic experiences they had forgotten about eighteen '86 was a big year of changes for sigmund freud and not just because of his new practice that's right not only was freud's professional life flourishing but so was his romantic what the same year that freud opened up his clinic when he was thirty he married his wife martha bear nays they had six children matilda jeanmartin oliver ernst sophie and anna freud was especially close to his youngest daughter emma she deeply admired her father and felt that she learn more from him than school ana would eventually follow in her father's footsteps and grow up to be a renowned psychologist just like her father anna was a troubled child and frequently quarrelled with their siblings freud believed young anna was especially jealous of her pretty sister sophie for diverting freud's attention away from anna herself anna frequently wrote to her father about her mental health.

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"sigmund freud" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"sigmund freud" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Welcome to historical figures i'm vanessa richardson ina carter wore every wednesday we discussed the different persons lasting historical impact unique personality and impression on the world around them are audio biographies cover big lives but we like to focus on little known facts today we delve into the fascinating life of sigmund freud if you want to listen to any previous episode you can find them on your favorite podcast directory and while you're there we'd really appreciate if you could leave a five star review now back to the life of sigmund freud uh many no the famous psychologist as the proprietor of dream analysis and the originator of the famous or infamous oedipus complex but did you know that freud was actually the founder of an entire international psychology movement or that he battled not only fellow psychologists but also an ailment derived from his own peculiar habits or that he escaped persecution from the nazis during the holocaust in fact the life of sigmund freud is a lot more colorful than psychology textbooks make it out to be and although his theories are often discredited in modern psychological discourse there's no denying that freud was a pioneer who opened up a global conversation about how psychology in medicine interact as well as writing about some of the most interesting if not bizarre psychological case studies of his time like that of the little boy whose fear of horses supposedly heads sexual regions king but we'll get to that in good time right you need to get ahead of ourselves why don't we start at the beginning.

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