Needs no introduction. One of the landmark books by the founding father of Psychoanalysis. Regardless of his work into the subconscious, the ego and the oedipus complex, Freud still suffered from strange phobias of his own that he could not overcome. He repeatedly planned trips to Rome and found himself unable to take any of them, overcome by an irrational neurotic inhibition and a powerful phobia that stopped him from ever going there. He also had a phobia of ferns. Strange.
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