Carl Jung Personality

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Carl Jung was born in July 26, 1875 in a town called Kesswill Switzerland. Carl lived a long full life and died at the age of 85 on June 6, 1961. He was often referred to by the name C.G Jung and was a psychotherapists and psychiatrist. Although Jung is world renowned for his work, many of his writing works were not published till after his death. His work has been influential not only in psychiatry, but also in philosophy, anthropology, archaeology, literature and religious studies [1].

Jung grew up in a small family with his mom dad and younger sister Emily. Growing up Jung struggled with a troubled family that had many problems. He had a strong bond with his father, because of the issues his family dealt with his mother. When Jung was 6 months old his mother his mother was an eccentric and depressed woman. It was noted she spend most of her time in the bedroom, where she said that spirits visited her at night [1]. She was hospitalized for months at a time to deal with an unknown ailment at the time.

Jung was known to be an introvert, and shy and quiet kid like his mother. He believed that like his mother he had two personalities [2]. He believed he had one personality of a modern Swiss
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His influence on poplar psychology, the psychologization of religion, spirituality and the new age movement has been immense [2]. Based on his work lead to many other famous concepts like the Myers-Briggs type indicator, which is a popular psychometric instrument, and concepts from socionics were developed [2]. Freud although disproved of Jung’s work was able to have many breakthroughs and discoveries from his work. During his life, Carl was alive during World War 1 and had a lot of theories on Nazism that he founded and questioned about their leader and followers. He had a lot of friends that were Jewish, and sympathized with what they were going on with at the time and their

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