neurotic


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neurotic

1. of, relating to, or afflicted by neurosis
2. a person who is afflicted with a neurosis or who tends to be emotionally unstable or unusually anxious
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But the neurotic ones were more likely to live - and that was regardless of behavior.
With a growing number of people uncomfortable with thoughts of neurotic animals being locked up, zoos now claim they make a significant contribution to the conservation of endangered species.
A new theory suggests that neurotic misery and imagination go hand-in-hand.
Conclusion: It was concluded that the fathers of neurotic children have high sten scores on depression than the fathers of psychotic children.
In short, Santiago said the public should watch out for "highly neurotic individuals," among others.
A research was conducted to investigate the level of anxiety among the fathers of neurotic and psychotic children.
Men with neurotic personality traits are having fewer children compared to previous generations, according to the study.
It takes a very brave, courageous person, and I'm too neurotic.
The neurotic is at war with himself (it's usually a himself): The conflict between two opposite drives (it's usually guilt and desire) create a complicated.
This paper centers on two of these--Existential Anxiety and Neurotic Anxiety--but also considers Normal Anxiety, without which the picture would be incomplete.
The aim of this study was to examine differences between two groups of girls, models and ballerinas (experimental group) and young students (control group), in terms of body image perception, body mass index, neurotic perfectionism, body image distortion, and symptoms of eating disorders.
REGULAR sex can save the relationships of neurotic couples, a study has suggested.