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She felt that she could not become pretty, and instead decided to vest her energies into her intellectual qualities — despite the fact she was seen by most as pretty.At this time she developed a crush on her older brother, who became embarrassed by her attentions — soon pushing her away.
Despite her increasing deviation from orthodox Freudian doctrine, she practiced and taught at the Berlin Psychoanalytic Society until 1932.Her mother, Clotilde, née van Ronzelen (1853–1911), known as "Sonni", was also Protestant, of Dutch origin.She was said to be more open-minded than Berndt, and yet she was "depressed, irritable, and domineering toward Karen". However, there was no contact between the children of her father's two marriages.Danielson; 16 September 1885 – 4 December 1952) was a German psychoanalyst who practiced in the United States during her later career.Her theories questioned some traditional Freudian views.According to Horney's adolescent diaries her father was "a cruel disciplinary figure," who also held his son Berndt in higher regard than Karen.
Instead of being offended or feeling indignation over Karen's perceptions of him, her father brought her gifts from far-away countries.
She entered into a second period of deep depression; she swam out to sea during a vacation and considered committing suicide.
In 1926, Horney and her husband separated; they would divorce in 1937.
Brooklyn was home to a large Jewish community, including a growing number of refugees from Nazi Germany, and psychoanalysis thrived there.
It was in Brooklyn that Horney became friends with analysts such as Harry Stack Sullivan and Erich Fromm.
In 1920, Horney was a founding member of the Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute.