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Your Biggest Source of Trouble and Anxiety (Part Four)

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If you believe these statements, you may lose interest or get a headache and your production statistics drop. Eventually, you fight your way out of the mental turbulence and start to succeed again . . . for a while. Up and down like a roller coaster.


The stress of such situations is extreme. The stress can make you ill. As long as you are associated with the antisocial, you may not fully recover from an illness.


Your family can also suffer the effects of an antisocial. Instead of a safe, comfortable home life, he or she makes your family uncommunicative, negative or bitter.


The opposite is true with a social person. "The friends and associates of a social personality tend to be well, happy and of good morale."
- L. Ron Hubbard


Mental stability is also a concern with those associated with antisocials.


"The largest number of insane are insane because of such antisocial connections and do not recover easily for the same reason." "Unjustly we seldom see the antisocial personality actually in an institution. Only his `friends' and family are there." - L. Ron Hubbard


Do you know someone who drives you crazy?


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