Defense Mechanism

A defense mechanism is a way for the mind to protect us from being consciously aware of thoughts or feelings that are too difficult to tolerate. In other words, it allows the unconscious thought, feeling or fears to be expressed indirectly in some type of disguised form.

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Sep'17

Magical undoing – Psychological Defense Mechanism

Introduction In this post we will focus on understanding the psychological defense mechanism of Magical Undoing, along with the steps …

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Mar'17

Intellectualization: Are you a procrastinator when it comes to feelings?

Introduction Intellectualization is one of those defense mechanisms that many of us you from time to time. But like other …

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Mar'17

Regression – A Defense Mechanism

In this Article, we will focus on Understanding what does regression as a defence mechanism mean How it can benefit …

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Jan'17

Are you using Sublimation as a Psychological defence?

In this article / video we will focus on understanding the defense mechanism of Sublimation Compare it with displacement how …

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May'15

Defense Mechanism of Displacement – Psychology Complete Guide

Introduction In this post we will focus on understanding what is the psychological defense mechanism of displacement, why we use …

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Jan'15

Suppression and Repression – Defense Mechanisms

Repression and suppression are very similar defense mechanisms, which people use in order for them to cope with a stimulus …

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Dec'14

Denial is an unconscious defense – Psychology Complete Guide

A few days ago, a friend lost her cell phone. She kept looking for her phone (a good thing to …

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Nov'14

Rationalization – Psychological Defense Mechanism – Complete Guide

Introduction At times people will go to great lengths to attempt to “justify” a behavior that they know is wrong …

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