THE SMARANDACHE COMPLEX
The Smarandache Cømplex (with the accent
on the first syllable): is a collection of fears stemming from previous unsuccessful experience or from unconscious feelings that, wanting to do something <S>,
the result would be <Anti-S>, which give rise to feelings, attitudes, and ideas
pushing the subject towards a deviation of action <S> eventually towards
an <Anti-S> action. (From the positive and negative brain's electrical activities.)
How to manage this phobia? To dote and
Psychodrama could be a treatment way.
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