The first psychoanalytic perspective in this essay is the Freudian perspective psyche model. According to this model of the psyche, there are three provinces of the mind. The id is the first and also instinctive section, which involves sexual, aggressive, and private memories and memories (Quindeau, 2018). It has the superego that is responsible for the human moral conscience. The ego is the last province and it is the mind’s realistic part, which acts as a mediation on the desires of the superego and id (Quindeau, 2018). In the psyche of Josef Breuer, the id was the component of the mind seeking pleasure selfishly. One of the instances that depict this perspective is the Breuer’s obsession with his delusional patient named Bertha Pappenheim. Breuer claims that he had a strong feeling of love towards Bertha and goes on to explain how he had a strong sexual attraction to her. However, Nietzsche assists him in realizing that he had made Bertha his gateway towards a new beginning in an unconscious manner. She was driving him away from his family roles. According to Nietzsche, the love of Breuer is one of the reasons for his dull life and gave him a helpful sexual obsession that enabled him to cope with his unavoidable aging.