THE SMARANDACHE COMPLEX


     The Smarandache Cømplex (with the accent on the first syllable): is a collection of fears stemming from previous unsuccessful experience or from unconscious feelings that, wanting to do something <S>, the result would be <Anti-S>, which give rise to feelings, attitudes, and ideas pushing the subject towards a deviation of action <S> eventually towards an <Anti-S> action.  (From the positive and negative brain's electrical activities.)
     For example:  A shy boy, attempting to invite a girl to dance, inhabits himself of fear she would turn him down...

     How to manage this phobia?  To dote and anti-dote!
By transforming it into an opposite one, thinking differently, and being fear in our mind that we would pass our expectancies but we shouldn't.

    Psychodrama could be a treatment way.
"Too many bad, unsuccessful experiences may have greatly negative effects on the individual’s well-being. We may be best served by the explanation given by Smarandache (1998, 2002). He has proposed what it was called (Seleacu 2003) the Smarandache Complex which is a collection of fears stemming from unsuccessful experiences or unconscious feelings, that wanting to do something «S», the result would be « Anti-S ». These give rise to feelings, attitudes, and ideas pushing the subject towards an « Anti-S » action. Let us make an analogy with a FLL situation where students desire to be high-achievers and reach language proficiency, that is seeking success, and fail in their learning-experiences or experience bad feelings of apprehension. The drawn objective is the « S » and failure is the « Anti-S ». Hence, the students’ reactions would go hand in hand with the feeling of apprehension, insecurity and fear of failure (Idri, 2014).

 

References:
 

Idri, Nadia (2014). Fear of Negative Evaluation as a Variety of   Anxiety   in   Foreign Language Learning:  the  Case of  First Year  LMD  Students  of  English at  Bejaia University, Degree of Doctorate En-Sciences in Didactics of English, University of Constantine 01, Algeria.

Seleacu, V. (2003). Reflexions on Smarandache Syndrome and Complex, Arhivele Statului Valcea : Rm. Valcea, special collections 1982-2005.

Smarandache, F. (1998). Neutrosophy Probability Set and Logic. American Research Press, Rehoboth, http://fs.unm.edu/ebook-neutrosophics6.pdf 

Smarandache, F. (1998). A Paradoxist Psychological Cømplex, in “Neutrosophy. Neutrosophic Probability, Set, and Logic", American Res. Press, Rehoboth, USA, pp. 32-33.

Smarandache, F. (2002). Neutrosophy, A New Branch of Philosophy, <Multiple Valued Logic / An International Journal>, USA, ISSN 1023-6627, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 297-384, 2002.