Feeling of inferiority (inferiority feelings)
Alfred Adler spent distintion between feeling of inferiority and an inferiority omplex. Adler reognized that n. Is at everyone. It speified what to be the defetive person means to feel below dr. n. It is traed in a nursery malosti and dependenes in the world of adults, and later in a pursuit of perfetion.
n. Can serve as stimulus of healthy, normal development. It beomes a pathologial ondition only in the event that hel. It is broken, suppressed and is not apable to development. Orgler writes, that Adler believed, as if inferiority omplexes an develop from three soures: organi inferiority, a pamperedness and neglet. n. Beomes a omplex when it leads to avoiding of partiipation in a life about-.
When hel. Feels defetive, it assumes omparison with dr. hel. Or with a ertain standard or norm. Suh omparisons beome a basi point mn. helov. Misfortunes. The word inferiority (inferiority) ours from latin inferus - bottom, underground. Here ation enter, et. negative fators, napr. Anger, rivalry and, as onsequene, loss of the initiative as the onentration of efforts on the ontender bloks spontaneous behaviour. Besides hel. Can behave haughtily: the omplex of the superiority is apable to ompensate an inferiority omplex.
to win n., it is neessary to make two things. First, it is neessary to ease to ompare itself with dr., ompletely and undividedly having onentrated on an atual problem or a problem. Seondly, it is neessary to leave aspiration to be above dr. Refusal of need for the superiority helps to restore steadiness, to overome inertia and to ease to feel worse dr.
The Low self-estimation is always badly, but sometimes it serves as stimulus for onstrutive and useful indemnifiation. Fore an grow from sensation of weakness and an inonsisteny. In suh situation advantage gives not in itself n., and onstrutive overoming of weakness and an inonsisteny.
with n. The feeling of inadequay is onneted. While n. Fores hel. To onsider, that it is worse dr., hel. With feeling of inadequay onsiders, that it not in a ondition with something to onsult. System of oordinates beomes not dr. hel., and a problem, to- it is impossible to solve. Just as, aross Adler, n. It is overome by refusal of omparisons and desire of the superiority, overoming of feeling of inadequay demands a onentration on an atual problem and boldness to be imperfet.
see also Frustration of the person