I read a little Freud when I was 18, but not enough to boast of.
In the same way that Richard Dawkins' fans put me off him (well, I've seen him interviewed on telly too), I find that people who spout Jung put me off reading him.
I'm not happy with this whole Oedipus thing and the way Freud confused the Greek myth.
The myth is about the father to son bequest and the various outcomes of the botched way it is done (Laertes' attempt at preventing it, the unwitting murder of Laertes, the unwitting marriage of Oedipus to his mother) are punishments.
Or to put it another way, for every man who wants to have sex with his mother, I'll show you 1,000 fathers who are afraid of losing their wives (and/or their lives) to their sons. It's about POV. Freud may or not have been right to posit that a boy's first physical interest is in his mother, but he hijacked the Greeks in the same way that Sartre did with Sisyphus.
1975 Calatayud y Gisbert, Yamaha CG131S.