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I found it interesting that he used the five-factor model as inspiration for it. Although, I found it a bit amateurish, especially when he blasts "neurotic, needy people" as the boogeyman.
Having grown up with a borderline parent, "neurotic" people seem rather normal to me, Thomas. We're all a little neurotic as opposed to delusional, psychopathic or personality disordered.
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