Freud theorized that all small boys select their mother as their primary object of desire. They subconsciously wish to usurp their fathers and become their mothers' lover. Typically, these desires emerge between the ages of three and five, when a boy is in what Freud defined as the phallic stage of development. Because the child suspects that acting on these feelings would lead to danger, these desires are repressed, and leading to anxiety.
Few people believe today that the oedipal complex has any real bearing on our lives, but the Oedipus complex is a fundamental period of childhood. It has a role in the structuring of the personality and influence on the development of emotional, sexual, intellectual and social of childhood. When this period goes well