The Personality Typologies Of Carl Gustav Essay

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Personality Typologies
Carl Gustav Young had quite an interesting mind. He believed that while he was growing up, his mother had to different personalities. Shortly after, he began to believe he was more than one person. He felt that he was both the child he actually was as well as a wise old man. Jung had a lonely childhood. He was the only surviving child of his parents and when he wasn’t dealing with their completely opposite personalities, he was being left out when all the kids in school played. Fortunately, he didn’t mind being alone, on the contrary, he very much enjoyed the alone time he could get to think about and reflect on events.
Ever since Jung was a boy, he looked deeper into the purpose of objects and events, asked theoretical questions that no regular boy would ask and came up with possibilities that no one could take seriously.
Carl Jung was born on July 26th, 1875 in Kesswil, Switzerland. Shortly after graduating from the University of Zurich, Jung became a Psychiatrist. He went onto founding a new school of Psychotherapy called Analytical Psychology, eventually becoming a very famous Swiss Psychiatrist. Analytical Psychology is based on the idea that experiences dramatically shape who you are and the way you live your life as well as predict the way you will be living in the future. This was also sometimes called Jungian analysis. The point of Jungian analysis was individuation. Individuation is the process of one forming his or her own personal
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