Ansbacher's Identity

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In examining identity, Alfred thought of the term feeling of inadequacy. He depicted this as sentiments of absence of worth. He wrote, "We all wish to overcome difficulties. We all strive to reach a goal by the attainment of which we shall feel strong, superior, and complete" (Ansbacher & Ansbacher, 1956). Alder was known to use the word superiority complex. This complex created when a man attempted to vanquish their suppressing so as to feel of lack their current emotions. He felt that individuals were always attempting beat their sentiments of weakness to achieve prevalence.
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