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What then is this innate disposition to hysteria? According to Breuer the disposition to hysteria is not itself a pathological condition. With this he deliberately takes a stand against Janet. According to Janet the disposition to hysteria exists in an “innate psychical weakness” (Freud & Breuer 1895a, 240). 13 He observes that boys and girls who later become hysterical have lively and restless personalities and are talented young people with artistic and intellectual ambitions. What they lack is not psychic strength but the capacity to endure boredom and monotony.

According to Freud, the connection Dora draws between leucorrhoea, venereal diseases, and (male) sexuality signals a general rejection or dismissal of the realm of sexuality. This connection and the rejection that follows from it are based on a spontaneous association of sexuality with disgusting bodily excretions. Freud himself is convinced that Dora’s catarrh is caused by her “bad habits”. According to Freud, the reproaches against her father conceal self-reproaches with the same content (Freud 1905a, 35).

The incident in the clothing store awakens memories of the first incident at the grocer’s, and this memory “aroused what it was certainly not able to at the time, a sexual release, which it transformed into anxiety” (Freud 1895c, 354). Emma entered puberty between eight and twelve. She is now physically and affectively able to react to the memory of the assault which does, however, not penetrate her consciousness, as a result of which the sexual excitement can only reveal itself as anxiety. This anxiety then attaches itself to the aspects of the clothing store incident that are associatively linked to the grocer’s assault.

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