I have been thinking and wondering about why we are the way we are. Why do we think like the way we think?. So after speaking to a few Psychologies, I went on further to good old Google to search for an answer.
Well, it seems we are suffering from Neurosis.
According to Google, Neurosis is “poor ability to adapt to one’s environment, an inability to change one's life patterns and the inability to develop a richer, more complex, more satisfying personality.”
The first point to note is that, with neurosis, there are predisposing physiological conditions, mostly hereditary.
Even if I accept this, how does a whole nation, and most countries on the African continent, get this condition?
Tune in tonight at 7 pm.
Kindly pass this on.
My name is Nana Ansah Kwao IV and I am trying to break free from Neurosis.
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