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The etiology of neurosis is still not clear completely. In the most general terms, the facts are consistent with the idea that neuroses arise when the stress factors in human life outweigh his ability to cope with them, and the protective effect of maintaining his relationship. As the ability to withstand stress and predisposition to neurosis partly determined by genetic factors, are partly due to education. How has your education and what the impact of childhood events have a special meaning? On these issues there are many hypotheses, but little factual information. However, now almost universally accepted that early childhood is not the only important period in the development of a predisposition to neurosis. Among the stressors leading role belongs to a family relationship, but factors related to employment may also have a significant impact. Factors contributing to the development of this person has a particular type of neurosis, are, as already mentioned, in the next chapter.


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