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Well, I have the anxious style, and this is simply because my needs were not met, or I was not allowed to articulate them and get them met in the same way that others did. I was constantly expected to cope with less and deprived of privilege. Whenever I have, despite all this, achieved, all people ever want to do is push me down again, out of pure jealousy. I've asked for help countless times from people, which would be given to anyone else but me. I'm sick of it.
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