Tag: Author Sabine Starr

Satisfactory Decision Making

| June 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Mrs. Freud A big part of our adult life consists of making decisions, and the “success” of our life depends on making good decisions. I have always been a fairly good decision maker when it came to the big items in life, but would agonize over the daily little things, like what to make […]

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Breathing Room

| November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Mrs. Freud Anyone who has experienced a panic attack knows the feeling of not having enough room to breathe. Panic attacks are fairly common and are our psyche´s way of communicating that something has got to give. While it is usually only an unwelcome messenger, it is also a scary experience, since it can […]

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Family Matters

| October 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Mrs. Freud No matter who I talk to, I have yet to find the ideal family “in the flesh.” Family is the only universe we know in the first years of life. It’s no wonder that we compare to it everything we encounter from then on, often throughout our entire life. There’s a saying, […]

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Ego: Good or Bad?

| June 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Mrs. Freud This is the third part of Sigmund Freud´s structural model of the psyche – the ego. Most of the time this term has a negative connotation and gives the impression that it is standing in the way of being a nice person. Having a “big ego” speaks of someone being overly invested […]

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The Animal in Us

| May 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Mrs. Freud Last month I kicked off the new column with one of Freud´s three parts of the personality structure: “ID – Ego – Super-Ego” (find at www.HealthwithTaste.blogspot.com). This month I continue with the second one, the ID. The ID is all about primitive and animalistic drives, desires and pleasure. It contains our instinctive […]

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