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Unformatted text preview: fight for the mothers affection. Freud had a very unique group of followers that were all Jewish with the exception of one. Carl Jung was the only non-Jewish follower that he had. They were friends for many years and he greatly relied on his opinion. Freud had a thing where if he was in the presence of a male colleague that was successful in their field, he would often faint. This happened several times with Jung. After many years there was a conflict of interest with the two men when it came to religion. This affected their friendship and they never spoke again. Freud was a very influential man in his time even though many did not realize it and chose to not believe in what he wrote about. He believed that personality is developed by a person’s childhood experiences. I agree with this to a certain point and after that I think it is more genes and just the environment in which you grow up....
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