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Your Biggest Source of Trouble and Anxiety (Part Four)

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Antisocial Person's Friends, Family and Co-workers

While the antisocial will not change or improve his or her behavior, his or her associates can improve and succeed. Yet as long as they are connected to the antisocial, their improvement is temporary.


They get better and then get worse. They are happy and then depressed. Such people are on a roller coaster ride.


"5. Surrounding such a personality we find cowed or ill associates or friends who, when not driven actually insane, are yet behaving in a crippled manner in life, failing, not succeeding." - L. Ron Hubbard


Like most people, you have good intentions and try to improve your life. Your statistics in life go up, life gets better.


But then you talk to an antisocial. He or she makes you feel like you are failing.


"Everyone will think you're egotistical if you buy that Mercedes."


"I'm sure that because you make more money than all of us, the IRS will audit you."


"After your life falls apart, don't blame me! I've done my best to help you, but you just won't listen to me anymore."

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