The Oedipus Complex: Exploring Freud’s Theory on Childhood Attraction

Oedipus Complex

The Oedipus complex is a term coined by Sigmund Freud, which refers to a psychoanalytic theory that explains the emotional conflict that arises in a child’s psyche during their phallic stage of development. According to Freud, this stage occurs between the ages of three and six. It is characterized by the child’s sexual attraction towards … Read more