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  1. This is a fascinating article, Dr. Simon. You clearly explained some issues I had been wondering about regarding disturbed characters and work. Most especially, I have wondered for a long time about why someone would put forth effort to con others out of money, when they could be using their time and energy earning their own money. Thanks for sharing your insight!

  2. Thank you for the work you have obviously put into this article. I sense a lot of thought put into the conceptual organization and I enjoy and support your message. As well, I absolutely support the idea that willingness to help or contribute is rewarding in itself, not for superficial gain. Also, that accepting responsibility for oneself is the route to adulthood and living a life well.

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