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In anger, as in every other emotion, the neuropath is as transient as he is truculent.
The neuropath is the individual with an inborn tendency to the neurosis.Applied Psychology for Nurses
Mary F. Porter
Neuropath, nū′ro-path, n. one who takes nervous conditions solely or mostly into account in his pathology.
Neuropaths must pass on some defect; therefore, though victims may marry, no neuropath has a right to have children.
Any happiness in marriage to a neuropath is largely dependent on the self-sacrifice of the wife.