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During the anal stage, freud believed that the primary focus of the libido was on controlling bladder and bowel movements. The major conflict at this stage is toilet trainingthe child has to learn to control their bodily needs. Developing this control leads to a sense of accomplishment and independence. 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. anal stage, in freudian psychoanalytic theory, the period in a childs psychosexual development during which the childs main concerns are with the processes of elimination. This stage occurs between two to four years when a child starts toilet or potty training. According to freud, the child becomes aware of hisher anus at this stage and tries to gratify this zone with retention or expulsion of the feces. According to the psychoanalytic theory of sigmund freud (18561939), the second libidinal stage of psychosexual development, from about 2 to 3 years of age, characterized by a focusing of libido on the anal erotogenic zone, an investment of object-relationships with meanings associated with faeces and defecation, and a strengthening of sadomasochistic tendencies. Freud characterized the anal stage as a shift of erogenous zones from the mouth to the anus and a focus on successful toilet training. The anal stage, which freud believed to take place when children are one to three years old, shifts the pleasure center from the mouth to the anus, where children find pleasure in defecating. putting things into the anal canal may be in vogue, but in this stage the pleasure is derived not from inserting into, but pushing out of, the anus.