Sigmund Freud’s Greatest Fear

Commentary From A Man Living In A Delusional World by Mitch Santell

Edward Bernays After Hollywood Finished

One of the people that I have studied more than anyone else is Edward Bernays. If you have never heard of him, he was the nephew of Sigmund Freud.

Edward Bernays wrote a book in 1928 that is considered the Bible of the Public Relations business that is titled “Propaganda.”

Mr. Bernays, often considered the Godfather of Public Relations, simply watched his Uncle Sigmund Freud deal with his patients and he learned his Uncle’s deepest fear.

Do you know what that was?

Sigmund Freud’s greatest fear was that his patients would go on vacation!

Why did he think that?

Answer:  Sigmund Freud realized that if his patients went on vacation that they didn’t need talk therapy, they just needed to take more vacations!

Yes, I said yes, I have the book right here so you can read it yourself. If you have read about how bad social media is for you is simply an extension of Bernay’s world, where perception is the reality. Click below and learn:

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