However, Alice Miller, a child psychologist, saw in her stories children who were intimidated and severely punished for disobedience. When they grow up, even if they don't understand, they still try to explain what their parents did in the past as "love". "Genesis" reflects the subconscious tragedy of many children (and mostly boys) who internalize their parents' abusive traits and are prevented from growing into a conscious mind.
Therefore, Miller uses this interpretation to tell everyone: Only by being true to your own feelings and needs, recognizing the injustice of the past, and being yourself without intimidation can you truly love. Now, let's look at the same story from another sms services angle of interpretation: "Genesis" mentions that God first created Adam out of dust in his own image, and then he was afraid that he would be lonely, so he took out one of his rib and made a woman and gave it to him Companion. In a letter to Carl G. Jung dated December 7, 1911, the founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud,
mentioned that "the birth of Eve itself is an indescribable grotesque"! In order to solve this weirdness, Freud's student Otto Rank (Otto Rank) argued that the story was actually distorted, and the restored version should be: not Eve from Adam, but Adam from Eve, and the two are mother and son relation! And eating the fruit and learning to distinguish between good and evil symbolizes the revelation of an incest crime, and the two are punished by God (original father/tribal taboo). I think Rank's main point is to point out that it was the men who were