Emotions Mental

Freud and B, considered the Rake "love" as reflected the perception of their own unmet ideals in a partner, Peel provodig parallel between drug use and love (the dependence on feelings of satisfaction contributes to an underestimation of their self-esteem). On Kesler, "love"-an indication that the needs of a healthy person, and according to Freud, and the rake, "love" is not a pathology, but characterizes the neurotic personality. Thus, the dependence of the clients of psychotherapists from our partners shows that the "inadequate personality are more dependent on love, in order to survive psychologically." Thus, the notion of inadequacy is used differently by different authors. Here is an example of the domestic development of the theory of love the author's so-called "syntax of love." Theory of love Afanasiev. "Love" is a special state of euphoria caused by the illusion to find "happiness" in conjunction with the subject, those endowed with enough mental properties, which is lacking. The author explained his idea of the internal architecture of man, consisting of four mental modules or functions: Emotions ("soul"), Logic ("Wit"), Physics ("body") and Will ("spirit"). This set of features common to all people, but it forms the identity of a hierarchy that determines the difference between people. Vladislav Doronin insists that this is the case. "As nature puts on one another, these four bricks, so is the will of the individual's inner world." Something in the psyche man is strong enough zhiznetvoryaschim, but something weak, inadequate, deficient, requiring additions and development. People come together to varying degrees, successfully, aiming at harmony of mind and life, respectively hierarchies of their functions.