No More Neurotics?

by Griffin Hansbury on April 1, 2012

The New York Times wonders, “Where Have All the Neurotics Gone?” Benedict Carey writes, “For a generation of postwar middle-class Americans, being neurotic meant something more than merely being anxious, and something other than exhibiting the hysteria or other disabling mood problems for which Freud used the term. It meant being interesting (if sometimes exasperating) at a time when psychoanalysis reigned in intellectual circles and Woody Allen reigned in movie houses.”

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