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Dora , whose actual name Freud keeps secret, suffers from a variety of hysterical symptoms, including dysponea difficulty breathing , aphonia loss of voice , nervous coughing and migraine headaches. Dora suffers from the most common physical symptoms difficulty breathing, nervous coughing, loss of voice, and migraines along with the most common mental symptoms depression and antisocial behavior. Although Freud considers the case to be unexciting, he asserts that the analysis of an ordinary case of hysteria will be most useful to furthering knowledge of the disorder. As a child, she was particularly fond of her father who had been responsible for her education, and she grew more attached to him as he struggled with tuberculosis. To alleviate his lung trouble, the family moved to a small town with a mild climate, which Freud calls "B—" to protect the identity of his patient. Dora developed a close friendship with Herr K.

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Dora , whose actual name Freud keeps secret, suffers from a variety of hysterical symptoms, including dysponea difficulty breathing , aphonia loss of voice , nervous coughing and migraine headaches. Dora suffers from the most common physical symptoms difficulty breathing, nervous coughing, loss of voice, and migraines along with the most common mental symptoms depression and antisocial behavior. Although Freud considers the case to be unexciting, he asserts that the analysis of an ordinary case of hysteria will be most useful to furthering knowledge of the disorder.

As a child, she was particularly fond of her father who had been responsible for her education, and she grew more attached to him as he struggled with tuberculosis. To alleviate his lung trouble, the family moved to a small town with a mild climate, which Freud calls "B—" to protect the identity of his patient. Dora developed a close friendship with Herr K. However, their relationship became strained after Dora alleged that Herr K.

Dora told her father about the incident, but Herr K. Dora tells Freud of an earlier episode with Herr K. Once Herr K. Dora felt disgusted by what Herr K. Because of her encounters with Herr K.

According to Freud, dreams are the realization of unconscious wishes. Because of repression, the content of the dream is disguised and must be interpreted to gain its meaning. Dora gets dressed quickly to leave the house, but her mother wants to look for her jewel-case before going. Freud points out that "jewel-case" is also a common slang word for vagina and starts his interpretation from this observation.

In the dream, she expressed all of her feelings in their opposite. She created a situation in which her father was saving her from danger. Her father standing beside her bed mimics Herr K.

Freud believes that the dream is really about her attraction to Herr K. Freud, Herr K. He refers to the concept of transference, the unconscious redirection of feelings held for one person to another, in this case the therapist.

In the second dream, Dora was walking in a strange town when she suddenly arrived at place where she lived. She went to her room and found a letter from her mother.

Her mother wrote telling her that her father was dead and that she could come to the funeral if she liked. Dora then went looking for the train station, asking people on the way for its location. She asked a hundred times and received the same answer that the station was five minutes away. She then walked into a forest and asked a man she saw there. The man tells her that the station was two and half hours more. Dora continues and can see the station in front of her but cannot reach it. Suddenly, Dora is at home and she cannot remember traveling from the station to her house.

When she arrives, the maid tells her that her mother has already left for the cemetery. In her fantasy, Dora had left home and in her absence, her father had died from grief. Freud regrets that just as he thought he would successfully resolve her case, she decided to end her therapy.

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Family background[ edit ] Dora lived with her parents, who had a loveless marriage, but one which took place in close concert with another couple, Herr and Frau K. The crisis that led her father to bring Dora to Freud was her accusation that Herr K had made a sexual advance to her, at which she slapped his face—an accusation which Herr K denied and in which her own father disbelieved. In the first: [a] house was on fire. My father was standing beside my bed and woke me up. I dressed quickly. I saw streets and squares which were strange to me.

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Kajinos A Selection p. I saw the station in front of me and could not reach it. I saw streets and squares which were strange to me. The crisis that led her father to bring Dora to Caul was her accusation that Herr K had made a sexual advance to her, at which she slapped his face—an accusation which Herr K denied and in which her own father disbelieved. The Impossible Profession p. The maidservant opened the door to me and replied that Mother and the others were already at the cemetery.

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