Making a vow of celibacy was difficult for Andrew when he became a priest, but he remained true to his vow. On his 25th annivers
ary, the congregation held a reception and displayed several pieces of liturgical art that Andrew had created over the past two decades. According to Freud, Andrew’s artistic creations might be the result of ________
Under Freud's psychoanalytic theory, sublimation plays a extensive and vital part. Sublimation is referred to as the type of the defense procedure, an subliminal psychological auspices that tends to reduces or decrease the anxiety which might further might result from the inadmissible urges or the disadvantageous stimuli.
Dissociative amnesia is a disorder characterized by memory loss caused by an intense episode of psychological stress, and which cannot be attributed to neurological brain damage or other organic causes. People who suffer from this problem are characterized by presenting only retrograde amnesia, but no anterograde amnesia; this means that they cannot recall past events, but they nevertheless have no difficulty storing new memories. In this sense, it should be noted that the memory of the traumatic event exists and is preserved, although the patient has difficulties accessing it. It is not, therefore, a difficulty to store memories, but to relive them.