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Compliance
1.need for affection and approval
2.need for a partner, for someone who will take over one's life
3. need to restrict on'es life to narrow borders, to be undermanding, satisfied with little, to be inconspicuous
Agression
4.need for power, for control over others
5.need to exploit others and get the better of them
6. need for social recognition or prestige
7.need for personal admiration
8. need for personal achievement. Some people are obsessed with it
Withdrawl
9.need for self-sufficiency and independence
10.need for perfectiona nd unassailability
3.need to restrict one's life to narrow borders, to be undemanding, satisfied with little, to be inconspicuous
anxiety
the neutotic's need is much more intense, and he or she will experience anxiety if the need is not met
neurosis
Horney saw neurosis as an attempt to make life bearable, as a way of "interpersonal control and coping" We all strive to do on a day-to-day basis, only most of us seem to be doing alright, while the neutotic seems to be sinking fast.
moving toward strategy
self effacing solution; like Adler's getting or leaning approach, or the phlegmatic personality
moving-against
expansive solution; like Adler's ruling or dominant type, the melancholy personality
moving-away-from
resigning solution; like Adler's avoiding type, the melancholy personality
parental indifference
the key to understanding parental indifference is that it is a matter of the child's perception, and not the parents' intentions
basic hostility
to be frstrated first eads to an effort at protesting the injustice. A few children find this hostility effective, and over time it becomes a habitual response to life's diffuculties
basic anxiety
most children experience this
The neurotics self is split into two different selves. What are they?
despised self and ideal self