It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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Thanks for commenting exactly as I felt. You are the voice of reason. The writer does not differentiate between the animus and the inverted animus- there is a positive AND negative version! The animus inverted has everything to do with a woman's experience with men, which will result in a shadow version of the animus. This article is ridiculous. Jung never said it was bad for a woman to have an over inflated positive animus. This would express itself more like a female rocket scientist. An inverted animus would express itself as the most lowly of man hating penis-envy. Sound like this article is the latter...
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