Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist Carl Jung

According for the theory developed via the Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist Carl Jung (1875 - 1961), every a person of alued" human emotions and impulses these as selfishness, power, sexus has, in our unconscious brain, a "shadow". The "shadow" could be the ''dark side'' of our personality. It is actually called "the dark side" for the reason that it consists predominantly of the negative, socially or religiously "unaccepted" and "unvual lust, anger, jealousy, envy and greed."The shadow" - this "dark side" - is part of our unconscious, therefore we are unaware of it. Therefore, we are unwilling to accept, admit and acknowledge it as part of ourselves, as part of "who we are". Learn more,click this site, welcome to leave a message.

The reason currently being, we like to show - to ourselves as effectively as to many others - our "good", "positive", "socially-accepted" side.But, due to the fact "the shadow" is nonetheless a part of us, it leads us to generally be fascinated by gruesome crimes and horror movies; by true-crime movies, books, news and magazine articles. No wonder so lots of movies are produced around these themes, viewed by millions all-around the entire world and earning millions and millions of dollars.We are attracted to your criminals and the murderers; we are fascinated by stories told about them. Indeed, their entire world is not ours; their earth is often a fascinating planet all by itself; yet it truly is a planet which tends to make us drawn towards it, and towards movies and TV.
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