After his study of human nature, he discovered that the human mind is created on a sub-conscious level, and that an individual often has little to no control over the matter. Freud continued his studies of human nature, focusing mainly on the unconscious mind in the aspects of infantile sexuality, Neuroses, and the structure of the mind. Gatsby Fear of losing Daisy causes him to give her a pass. He will do anything for her. “l fell In love with her courage, her sincerity, and her flaming self-respect.
And It’s these hinges I’d believe In, even If the whole world Indulged In wild suspicions that she wasn’t all she should be. I love her and it is the beginning of everything. ” (Fitzgerald Chapter Gatsby subconsciously builds Daisy into a goddess. This is caused by his suppressed emotions built during his time away from Daisy. Daisy marrying Tom while Gatsby was away added extra psychological burden. Gatsby suppressed emotions always come out when he is with Daisy. Daisy Daisy’s entire mentality is based around the fact that she believes she is inadequate.
Because Daisy has been constantly torn from what she truly desires (Gatsby and compassion), she feels as though she must over-compensate. She feels as though she must be the best for Tom; no other woman should be with him. Her whole life Is a struggle for what she wants. She believed she needed love, so she fell to Tom. “When she’s drunk, she wants to change her mind and marry the man she truly loves. In the cold and sober (and probably a little hung-over) light of day, however, she does what she was born to do: marry the rich guy,” (Fitzgerald Chapter 4).