How the world’s top psychologists look at life

1 No jokes, all jokes have serious ingredients.

2 Mental health of people, always hard work and love. As long as these two things can be done, there is no other problem.

3 no mouth mistakes this matter, all the errors are subconsciously true disclosure.

4 There are two tragedies in life: one is that you did not get what you love, and the other is what you love.

There are two things in life: one is that you do not get what you love, so you can seek and create. The other is to get what you love so you can taste and experience.

5 There is no one without reason, can accept reason.

Alfred Adler

Austrian psychiatrist. The founder of individual psychology, a pioneer of humanistic psychology, the father of modern self-psychology. He followed Freud on neurotic problems, but also the first person within the psychoanalysis to oppose Freud.

1 People who are not interested in others, most of the difficulties encountered in his life, the greatest harm to others. All human failures are caused by such people.

The courage to deal with various issues in life shows how one can define the meaning of life.

Each of us has different degrees of inferiority, because we all want to make ourselves better and make ourselves live a better life.

3 When a person encounters problems that can not be solved, they are convinced that they can show inferiority when they can solve them.

4 world is very simple, life is the same. It is not the complexity of the world, but the complexity of the world.

5 No one lives in an objective world, and we all live in a subjective world that we each give their meaning to.

Carl Gustav Jung

Swiss psychologist. In 1907, he began to work with Freud to develop and popularize the theory of psychoanalysis for six years. Afterward, he discredited the concept of Freud and went so far as to establish Jung’s theory of personality analysis psychology. His theories and thoughts still exert far-reaching influence on psychology research.

1 A person’s life-long efforts, is to integrate his character since childhood has been formed.

2 lonely does not come from no one around. The real reason to feel lonely is because one can not communicate with others the most important feelings about it.

3 Be patient with this incomplete world and do not overestimate your own perfection.

4 The overcoming of the strongest conflicts gives us a sense of stability and transcendence of security and tranquility. What is needed to achieve a beneficial and lasting psychological security and tranquility is the huge explosion of such intense conflicts.

5 Each of the things that prompt us to notice others makes us better understand ourselves.

6 The number of nights in a year is the same as the number of days, and lasts as long. Even if happy life has its dark brush strokes, there is no “sad” to provide a balance, “happy” will lose its meaning. Be patient and calmly accept changes in the world, is the best way to do things.

7 Creation does not come from intelligence, but comes from the instinct of the game stemming from its inner needs. Creative minds play with the objects they love.

8 For any business, to change it must first accept it. Condemnation will not be liberated, but only oppression.

9 The way we look at things, not the things themselves, determines everything.

Erich Fromm

American German Jewish. Humanistic philosopher and psychoanalytic psychologist. Devoted all his life to revising Freud’s psychoanalytic theory in order to meet the Westerners’ mental state after the two world wars. His theory of psychoanalysis has an influence on the world.

1 Quietly sit fifteen minutes a day, listen to your breath, feel it, feel yourself, and try to do nothing.

2 love has nothing to do with maturity. If you do not work hard to develop all your personality, then every endeavor of love will fail. If you do not love the power of others, and you can not love others humbly, sincerely and disciplinedly, Life will never be satisfied.

3 If I love others, I should feel consistent with him, and accept his true colors. Instead of asking him to be what I want so that I can use him as a target of use.

4 The most important thing is to learn to be alone, without reading, not listening to radio, not smoking, not drinking. There is no ability to focus on whether you can stand alone, and this ability is a condition to learn to love.

Because we can not be self-reliant, we can only connect ourselves with another person. This person may be the savior of my life, but the relationship has nothing to do with love.

5 Love is not, first of all, the relationship of the same particular person; it is an attitude, a tendency of character. This attitude, personality tendencies determine a person’s relationship with the entire world, rather than the same “object of love” relationship.

6 If a person loves only one person and indifferent to others, his love is not love, but a symbiotic attachment or an enlarged egoism.

7 immature love because I need you, so I love you. Mature love because I love you, so I need you.