Feb 29, Posted: Wed Jul 29, Jul 2, Posted: Hard to determine what their actual reasoning behind their actions are, but for some reason, these people end up liking me on average, even if the relationship is rather abusive.
The show featured the witty and sarcastic Dr. House is a character described as heartless and genius. His personality can seem very straightforward at first: However, a deeper look reveals that House has many layers and is in fact a complex individual, with a heart in there somewhere.
House was raised by his parents John and Blythe House. This form of parenting probably started at birth.
However, while this is true, he also shows some traits of an anal-expulsive personality exhibited by his self-destruction and disorganization. Throughout his life, his father may have became a symbol of bad people or bad situations due to the harsh punishments and strict nature.
This probably led house to rebel and become as little like his father as possible. His father was obsessed with order, discipline and following authority all traits common of those in the militaryand House rejects and rebels against all of these things.
From a young age, he also suspected his father was not his father. This was probably a byproduct of the trust issues, and those issues probably were not helped when he found out that he was right.
House also seems to not act on his super ego, which according to Freud is he part of our personality that makes us adapt to social norms and gives us our human sense of morality.
The ego is what keeps us in tune with reality, and controls the strong urges of the id. The addiction also feeds his biological impulse to avoid pain and seek pleasure. His feelings of anger towards his father may have also been added to by an Oedipus complex in the phallic stage, where he mentally fought his father for the affection of his mother.
Because of these trust issues as a child, he developed many defense mechanisms that are apparent throughout the show. Five years before the pilot episode, House suffered an infarction in his right quadriceps. He came into the clinic during a game of golf with excruciating pain being his only symptom.
However, when they try to get a urine sample they find that his kidneys are failing. Three days pass and House eventually comes up with the diagnoses himself. However by this point, a large portion of his thigh muscle had died.
The doctors including Lisa Cuddy told him that his best treatment option was amputation. House rejected this because of his stubborn nature and he did not want to be cripple probably to avoid vulnerability.
He opted for a surgical bypass to remove the clot. However, the dead muscle would release chemicals that would probably kill him. He opted for this option mostly to avoid the vulnerability and pity that an amputation would bring him but it also hints at a risky personality trait, seen throughout the show by how he treats his patients and takes risks himself.
The post-operative pain of this operation made House require a medically induced coma to sleep off the worst of the pain.
This left him in constant pain and a distinctive limp that made him require a cane. Of course, he was not very happy with Stacy about this despite her tries to help him through it and obvious guilt and they divorced.
The divorce was a big thing for House because aside from Wilson, Stacy was one of the few people he could identify with on a personal level.
His trust issues caused antisocial behavior throughout his life, so losing the only women he had loved up to that point went lengths to enforce his defense mechanisms, as did his new reality of being a cripple.
Throughout the show, House displays many defense mechanisms such as: House displays denial over his Vicodin habit.
Similar to functioning alcoholics, he claims that the pills allow him to function. However, as shown by his mental decline in the end of season five, he does have a problem. Denial is his way of coping with his addiction. He displays regression throughout the series with his immature behavior whenever personal matters are brought up.
He hides from his emotions, numbing them with Vicodin and distracting himself from them with puzzles. For example, after the stabbing of Chase in season eight, he focused his attention on any case load he had and pranks on Taub. This exhibits a combination of deflection and regression.
Also, in season seven when his relationship with Cuddy ends, instead of dealing with his feelings he shows random acts of immaturity the segway and the sham marriage with Dominka.The list is divided episode-wise, as well as character-wise, and includes recurring characters, such as Rachel Taub, and Dominika, Gregory House is a rebellious diagnostician with a double specialty in infectious disease and nephrology.
Dr. Gregory House, M.D., (almost universally referred to as House and rarely as Greg) is the main character and protagonist of the House series. He is portrayed by British actor Hugh Laurie, who is noted for his mastery of faking an American accent.
Much of House’s character has been inspired by Sherlock Holmes; both men possess exceptional logical reasoning and are not well connected socially.
Despite the similarities, however, House’s cynical, misanthropic personality and cunning, dry wit affirms his distinct identity.
A character from the House MD series that lasted for 8 seasons, Dr. Gregory House was an enigmatic figure. He is the main character as well as the protagonist in the series. He came across as an individual with a simplistic nature at first, only for his later roles to reveal a .
Dr. Gregory House is devoid of bedside manner and wouldn't even talk to his patients if he could get away with it. Dealing with his own constant physical pain, he uses a cane that seems to punctuate his acerbic, brutally honest demeanor. Gregory House, M.D. is the title character of the American medical drama series House.
Created by David Shore and portrayed by English actor Hugh Laurie, he leads a team of diagnosticians as the Head of Diagnostic Medicine at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in Princeton, New Jersey.