By Alfred Adler, Ph.D. Henry T. Stein
10. Case readings & demonstrations
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It is possible, however, that she would not correct her errors even so. In this case perhaps one should go even further, and show her exactly what a braggart is. One would inculcate in her the conviction that the only person who brags is one who believes he is inadequate himself. The only person who tries to upset others is one who believes himself incapable, by his own actions, of proving his own importance. Perhaps one could also adopt the following point of view toward this little girl. "If you want to take my word for it, you are doing very well.
This is quite understandable when we realize human feebleness in the face of nature. Man does not have the natural weapons of other living organisms. He does not have the teeth of the carnivores; nor does he have homs, or the speed of the animals. He cannot climb or fly. He does not have the acuteness of vision, hearing or smell which enables other animals to attack and defend themselves, and secure a place on this earth. The health of man's weak organs has always depended upon his joining with others in order to sustain the life of the individual as well as that of the community and -this union has given him new strength.
We see that mistakes always backfire. This also applies to nations when they lack the courage, when they do not have enough interest in others, to protect against wars. World history is a chain of such unhappy events. I will not go into the question of alcoholics, but before concluding, I would like to touch upon a point which will show how important it is to develop social feeling. In our life, there are no situations that do not demand the development of social feelings. (Earlier, I alluded to the functions of the sense organs).
The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler, Volume 10 Case Readings and Demonstrations by Alfred Adler, Ph.D. Henry T. Stein