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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So managers might want to rely more on the neurotics because over time they do rise in the estimation of their peers.
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He speculated that the same aggressive and neurotic forces that unhinged individuals could derail entire societies.
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