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Post  counselor on Mon Oct 15, 2012 10:49 am


Consideration that an individual has of himself. Various studies have shown that a. remains constant and is difficult to change even if the objective evidence belie the subjective conception that one has of oneself. From the psychoanalytic point of view, the a. explains how to support the narcissistic nature that I receive from the superego, for which the subject is not afraid of punishment or disapproval. The a. is less in states of depression in which the individual devalues ​​and despises himself. Increases in manic states where there is an overgrowth of the subject in relation to the surrounding world.

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