I'm Glad I was Analysed is a two-part book, wherein the first part elucidates what involves in ""being analyzed."" This part removes some doubts and perplexities that may arise in planning to consult a psychoanalyst. The second part tries to show the relation of analytic theory to everyday life. The book also covers important topics on the origins of the misuse of normal aggression and the production of wars. The text also underlines mixed motives and ""double-think"" to which all are prone.
Foreword Preface Part I1. Therapists Begin by Being Patients 2. More about Myself 3. Out of the Slough of Despond 4. Into More Peace and Less War
Part II5. Indivisibility of Instinct and the Unconscious Inhibition of it 6. Hate and Love 7. Madness in and outside of Asylums 8. Religion and Phantasy 9. Summing up
Vocabulary Chart—Oversimplifying Complicated Illness
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- © Pergamon 1968
- 1st January 1968
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