With the popularity of my previous book of psychological complexes, I am continuing the series to educate listeners on a few of the complexes that I missed in my first book. In book one we covered Jocasta, Medea, Oedipus, Peter Pan, Wendy, Cassandra, inferiority, superiority, and Cain complexes. Additionally, I covered Madonna-whore complex, Wendy complex, Peter Pan complex, and Cassandra complex in separate books, as I felt that they needed further explanation.
These are definitely some of the most interesting and deadly complexes, as they often can cause unrelenting jealousy and scorn between family members. Many of these complexes can encourage a sort of shared psychosis between parents and children, lovers, or siblings. Many of us know people who suffer from these types of complexes and don't even realize it.
A psychological complex can drive a person's thoughts, feelings, and emotions. It can cause one to react inappropriately, irrationally, and violently to any given circumstance. Often, other people are not aware of the signs and symptoms of a psychological complex. However, they are hidden just beneath the surface, driving a person's decisions and causing seemingly stable people to unravel at the most inopportune times. A psychological complex can drive a person to murder without much warning, and he or she may not be so easy to diagnose.
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