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A fixation is a persistent focus of the ids pleasure-seeking energies at an earlier stage of psychosexual development. These fixations occur when an issue or conflict in a psychosexual stage remains unresolved, leaving the individual focused on this stage and unable to move onto the next. The anal stage is the second stage in sigmund freuds theory of psychosexual development, lasting from age 18 months to three years. According to freud, the anus is the primary erogenous zone and pleasure is derived from controlling bladder and bowel movement. The major conflict issue during this stage is toilet training. A fixation at this stage can result in a personality that is too rigid or one that is too disordered. In psychoanalysis the anal stage is said to follow the oral stage of infantearly-childhood development. This is a time when an infants attention moves from oral stimulation to anal stimulation (including the bowels and bladder), usually synchronous with learning to control their excretory functions, a time of toilet training. Freud theorized that children who experience conflicts during this. Explanations learning theory freuds psychosexual stage theory. Sigmund freud developed a theory of how our sexuality starts from a very young ages and develops through various fixations. If these stages are not psychologically completed and released, we can be trapped by them and they may lead to various defense. Freud said oral fixation causes negative oral behaviors in adulthood. Anal stage (18 months to 3 years) a childs pleasure comes from controlling their feces. A fixation is a persistent focus on an earlier psychosexual stage. The onset of puberty causes the libido to become active once again. During the final stage of psychosexual development, the individual develops a strong sexual interest in the opposite sex. Moving upward on the ladder of stimuli, things like biting nails, licking lips, or chewing pencils also usually dont cause any serious problemsunless they become excessive.