From the Couch to the Deathbed

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In many Western countries, going to a psychiatrist for therapy and counseling is well-accepted as a means to maintain mental and emotional health. For most patients, the psychiatrist is considered a source of calmness, reason, and understanding. Seen as a professional counselor who possess the right knowledge and skills about handling life problems and personal conflicts, the psychiatrist is often seen as the last straw of an emotionally disturbed and desperate patient. However, not too many people see psychiatrists as normal people who also encounter difficulties and struggles in life. In truth, at the very core, they are also vulnerable to pain and frustration.

Known as the Father of Psychoanalysis, the famous psychiatrist Sigmund Freud was widely acclaimed for his writings and theories of psychology. Freud became an instant celebrity in different medical and psychological associations for his theory about the unconscious mind and how he believed that sexual desire was a strong determinant or motive for human though and action. Credited with the such remarkable psychological concepts such as the id, ego, and the superego, Freud became a highly respected yet...

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