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14th Jul '17 10:16:20 AM Njein
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* [[spoiler:[[TragicVillain Prince Hans]]]] in ''Film/{{Frozen}}''. [[spoiler:Being the youngest of thirteen sons meant that he was an easy target for [[BigBrotherBully his older brothers (especially Rudi and Runo, who bully Hans the most) to pick on]], and [[TheBabyOfTheBunch growing up the smallest and most forgettable of his clan]] wound up being [[FreudianExcuse the source of his issues]]. He's been been the victim of countless pranks (especially where [[BigBrotherBully three of his brothers pretended he was "invisible" for]] ''[[BigBrotherBully two straight years]]''), not to mention being pummeled, thrown off moving carts or being shoved in the mud numerous times despite repeatedly asking his brothers to stop it. And in one case, they even threw ''glass'' at him just for daydreaming. Plus, his father is an extremely stone-cold and unfeeling man who regards his youngest son with nothing but utter contempt and disgust for being a "weakling" against his older sons. By the time he's a young adult, [[DespairEventHorizon Hans has already given up fighting back as it just makes their physical abuse worse]], and is forced to use violence against his father's subjects despite his objections. But by doing this, this only accelerated his father's emotional abuse even more by saying Hans should "learn a thing or two" from his brothers.]]

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* [[spoiler:[[TragicVillain Prince Hans]]]] in ''Film/{{Frozen}}''. ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. [[spoiler:Being the proverbial BlackSheep of his family and the youngest of thirteen sons meant that he was an easy target for [[BigBrotherBully his older brothers (especially Rudi and Runo, who bully Hans the most) to pick on]], and [[TheBabyOfTheBunch growing up the smallest and most forgettable of his clan]] wound up being [[FreudianExcuse the source of his issues]]. He's been been the victim of countless pranks (especially where [[BigBrotherBully three of his brothers pretended he was "invisible" for]] ''[[BigBrotherBully two straight years]]''), not to mention being pummeled, thrown off moving carts or being shoved in the mud numerous times despite repeatedly asking his brothers to stop it. And in one case, they even threw ''glass'' at him just for daydreaming. Plus, his father is an extremely stone-cold and unfeeling man who regards his youngest son with nothing but utter contempt and disgust for being a "weakling" against his older sons. By the time he's a young adult, [[DespairEventHorizon Hans has already given up fighting back as it just makes their physical abuse worse]], and is forced to use violence against his father's subjects despite his objections. But by doing this, this only accelerated his father's emotional abuse even more by saying Hans should "learn a thing or two" from his brothers.]]
14th Jul '17 10:11:16 AM Njein
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* [[spoiler:[[TragicVillain Prince Hans]]]] in ''Film/{{Frozen}}''. [[spoiler:Being the youngest of thirteen sons meant that he was an easy target for [[BigBrotherBully his older brothers (especially Rudi and Runo, who bully Hans the most) to pick on]], and [[TheBabyOfTheBunch growing up the smallest and most forgettable of his clan]] wound up being [[FreudianExcuse the source of his issues]]. He's been been the victim of countless pranks (especially where [[BigBrotherBully three of his brothers pretended he was "invisible" for]] ''[[BigBrotherBully two straight years]]''), not to mention being pummeled, thrown off moving carts or being shoved in the mud numerous times despite repeatedly asking his brothers to stop it. And in one case, they even threw ''glass'' at him just for daydreaming. Plus, his father is an extremely stone-cold and unfeeling man who regards his youngest son with nothing but utter contempt and disgust for being a "weakling" against his older sons. By the time he's a young adult, [[DespairEventHorizon Hans has already given up fighting back as it just makes their physical abuse worse]], and is forced to use violence against his father's subjects despite his objections. But by doing this, this only accelerated his father's emotional abuse even more by saying Hans should "learn a thing or two" from his brothers.]]
12th Jun '17 7:36:19 AM WikiGuardianAngel
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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will generally push decisions they have to make onto others because of their unwillingness to make them. People with the disorder will rarely even lift a finger for themselves, out of conviction of their own incompetence in doing things for themselves and an extreme fear of being rejected, abandoned and left alone by the ones they are close to.

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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems. In general they are very difficult to treat.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will generally push decisions they have to make onto others because of their unwillingness to make them. People with the disorder will rarely even lift a finger for themselves, out of conviction of their own incompetence in doing things for themselves and an extreme fear of being rejected, abandoned and left alone by the ones they are close to.
12th Jun '17 7:35:04 AM WikiGuardianAngel
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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will generally push decisions they have to make onto others because of their unwillingness to make them. People with the disorder will rarely even lift a finger for themselves, out of the pervasive perception of their own incompetence in doing things for themselves and an extreme fear of being rejected, abandoned and left alone by the ones they are close to.

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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will generally push decisions they have to make onto others because of their unwillingness to make them. People with the disorder will rarely even lift a finger for themselves, out of the pervasive perception conviction of their own incompetence in doing things for themselves and an extreme fear of being rejected, abandoned and left alone by the ones they are close to.
12th Jun '17 7:32:05 AM WikiGuardianAngel
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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will generally push decisions they have to make onto others because of their unwillingness to make them. People with the disorder will not even lift a finger for themselves, out of the pervasive perception of their own incompetence in doing things for themselves and an extreme fear of being rejected, abandoned and left alone.

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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will generally push decisions they have to make onto others because of their unwillingness to make them. People with the disorder will not rarely even lift a finger for themselves, out of the pervasive perception of their own incompetence in doing things for themselves and an extreme fear of being rejected, abandoned and left alone.alone by the ones they are close to.
12th Jun '17 7:29:05 AM WikiGuardianAngel
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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will not even lift a finger for themselves, out of their perception of their own incompetence in doing things for themselves and an extreme fear of being abandoned and left alone.

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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will generally push decisions they have to make onto others because of their unwillingness to make them. People with the disorder will not even lift a finger for themselves, out of their the pervasive perception of their own incompetence in doing things for themselves and an extreme fear of being rejected, abandoned and left alone.
12th Jun '17 7:23:57 AM WikiGuardianAngel
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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will not even lift a finger for themselves, out of their belief in their own incompetence in making their own decisions and an extreme fear of being abandoned and left to fend for themselves.

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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will not even lift a finger for themselves, out of their belief in perception of their own incompetence in making their own decisions doing things for themselves and an extreme fear of being abandoned and left to fend for themselves.alone.
12th Jun '17 7:21:08 AM WikiGuardianAngel
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** Of the personality disorders[[note]]a persistent mental disorder of "non-organic" origin (because brain damage and neurodegenerative disorders [[TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody can also cause personality changes]]) that affects the entire character, from altered emotional functioning at the basic level (e.g. MoodSwinger in borderline personality disorder, or LackOfEmpathy in antisocial personality disorder) to a warping of their perceptions and world view, generally resulting in persistent personal and social problems.[[/note]], [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependent_personality_disorder Dependent Personality Disorder]] is characterized by such a serious psychological dependence on other people that they will bend over backwards to meet the wishes of the ones they cling to, and will not even lift a finger for themselves, out of their belief in their own incompetence in making their own decisions and an extreme fear of being abandoned and left to fend for themselves.
9th Jun '17 10:07:35 AM NNinja
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* Diana from ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma'' could never say "no" to her abusive husband. Even when she tried to run away from him he found her and pressed her to get back to him. Trying to force herself out of this is the reason she joined D-com's experiment.
26th May '17 10:56:57 AM creader
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