a wide-ranging theory of self-esteem as a sexual phenomenon, derived and transformed of self-love. The quest for elevated self-esteem is also discussed and attributed to the twin goals of self realization and self aggrandizement.INTRODUCTION. In 1914, Sigmund Freud wrote an introductory essay on narcissism in which he synthesized what he had learned about self-esteem at that time. Havelock Ellis used the term narcissism for the first time in 1 898. The term isanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Psychology of Self-Esteem|
|Publisher||:||Llumina Press - 2004|