Neurotic Behavior Becomes Increasingly Predictable

Someone who is neurotic tends to overtax his nervous system, usually with anxiety or the need to control others or situations to alleviate that anxiety. There is little real responsiveness to circumstances or in relationships, rather only reactivity.

Once the patterns are detected, it becomes increasingly possible to predict with some degree of accuracy what the neurotic individual will do or say. Even “unpredictability” becomes predictable.

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