Drives

Bergler:

"Drives, Freud has taught us, are like rivers, more interested in discharge than in the direction of discharge.

Imagine that a river flowing between high banks is dammed up by workmen in all directions; the result will be that the river eventually reverses its course.

That is exactly what happens with undischareable aggression: it turns against its originator".

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