• Far more unwaveringly, the neurotic keeps before his eye his God, his idol, his ideal of personality and clings to his guiding principle, losing sight in the meanwhile of reality, whereas the normal person is always ready to dispense with this crutch, this aid, and reckon unhampered with reality.

    "The Neurotic Constitution: Outlines Of A Comparative Individualistic Psychology And Psychotherapy".
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