Yali Capkini Episode 38 English Subtitles, I’m here to discuss his work as well as his acting and aesthetic prowess. I have no right to discuss or meddle in his private affairs. After battling death and giving himself up for his wife Seyran, I see Ferit here, who adores her and is ready to meet her. It is unusual that Mert’s entire body is saturated with Ferit’s personality, and that even a lengthy vacation of many months did not stop the character’s reincarnation. This boy is not typical; he is a criminal.
The injury to Ferit will allow him to live with challenging psychological conditions that could cause his psychological disease to explode rapidly. This is one of the most significant reasons of the inferiority complex, such as what is indicated in the three, physical or pathological deficiencies. It will reaffirm his lack of confidence, sense of inferiority, and helplessness in a crucial area of his body, making it impossible for him to go about his everyday activities regularly.
Some physical flaws or organic illnesses, such as Ferit’s diabetes (assumed to have developed in childhood), his ongoing need for medication and hospitalization, and the need to follow dietary regulations, prevent him from leading a typical life and make him feel different and less than others. Ferit frequently resisted telling his parents when his illness worsened and he experienced high or low blood sugar-related fainting. His attempt to conceal his illness and lying about it are clear manifestations of his sense of inferiority as a result of it.
It starts in maturity and is brought on by a person’s failure to realize his or her aspirations. His sense of inferiority and failure in all he tries. He continuously holds himself responsible for his feelings, whether they are accurate or not. He is tremendously impacted by how other people see him and feel about him, especially those who have his best interests at heart. In order to build his own environment or safety space with people he feels comfortable with, a person with an inferiority complex typically feels uncomfortable with others.
People who only see his positive qualities back him and accept all of his decisions, even if they are regrettable and incorrect. A person who always feels inadequate lacks a significant amount of knowledge about how to train himself to recognize his positive traits, develop them, and enhance them. Despite having an inferiority complex, the patient frequently and excessively criticizes himself (internally), which may also be related to his guilt complex (as in Ferit’s case). He does, however, have a tendency to (ostensibly) place blame on others for his shortcomings and errors.
A person with an inferiority complex experiences extreme anxiety while doing tasks or dealing with problems because he believes he is a failure and cannot accomplish his goals. This occurs as a result of his self-doubt, sense of inadequacy, and dread of failure. A person who struggles with an inferiority complex has a great desire to be loved and validated. His healthy sense of self and sense of value are taken away by the inferiority complex, which also makes him feel unwanted and uncared for. (Much of Ferit’s careless and improper behavior was done to attract attention.) He therefore seeks confirmation of others’ love, attention, fear of him, and perception of him in return. In order to seek attention or support from others, this person may occasionally misrepresent their illness or grief. This person typically wants compliments and that sensation of happiness.