Re: Psychological Conditions - Dissociative Identity Disorder
Much of her motivation though was in seeking the approval of a man- her father. If you look at any in-depth biography you'll see that her childhood was remarkably cold and loveless at home.
The only way for Margaret to get any approval at all was by exceeding. It also explains her attitude to success and the devil take the hindmost. She regarded people who coudln't succeed as failures.
Clear as a bell on any reading of her formative years- and also explains the weird soft spot she had for tory male philanderers and adventurers. She was fascinated by Alan Clarke and the like.
All comes back to Margaret's Daddy. Tories hate this when I point it out but any account of her life dealing with her childhood and it sticks out like the sorest of thumbs. Her entire view of life politically where she tried to recreate an atmosphere of her home life in an attempt to show that that was right was really quite revealing.
Psychological collision? The desire for Daddys attention and approval and yet the insistence on trying to recreate society in the image and principles of the home atmosphere ...
Last edited by Captain Con O'Sullivan; 16-08-2012 at 04:02 PM.
Think National. Act Local. Oh- and superstition is just the dark matter of human history.