Humanistic Psychology as it Applies to One Rugged Individual

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To take a theory or methodology of psychology and use it as an application to a specific person can prove to be a daunting task. Because psychology, unlike physics or mathematics, is not exacting in that there is no formula or maxims that apply, fitting an individual into a personality theory is not always possible. However, applying a theoretical model to a life can be done, when an overview of the life is examined and the tenets of the theory are used as examples. One such personality theory of psychology is humanism, which is mostly closely associated with Carl Rogers....
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