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Your summation is correct. You didn’t mention which theory you think is best in explaining personality, but you adequately described a brief, but solid summation for the theories. Would you agree with Adler’s belief that our difficulties and challenges in life motivate us to move on? He believes that we have a drive for superiority, which means the primary drive is social rather than sexual as you point out Freud believed in explaining personality. The drive for superiority, according to Adler, begins early in life because we are born with a sense of inferiority. Adler believed children notice their helplessness and inferiority in relation to adults. This sense of inferiority motivates them to develop new skills and abilities that lead to a sense of superiority. Do you have a first memory or an early memory that can be interpreted from the perspective of Adler’s theory?