Although the subject can see the opportunities, the path is beset with obstacles, many of his own making.
If the subject confuses independence and self-centeredness, he will find that his egotistical approach limits his awareness of the environment. His actions, commenced with positive ends in sight, will often,uijdo the very things he hoped to accomplish, leaving him further behind than when he started. He will find himself trapped by his own misapplied energies, often exposed as the dominating, selfish person he is.
If, instead, the subject is struggling with dependence, he will find himself constantly saddled with strong pressures keeping him from breaking free. He will probably waste much time and energy because of his inability to read the realities of the environment and use them to his advantage.
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