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...as had a short but unique life and has managed to push himself to attain the success that he always believed he was capable of. Like any other individual’s life he surely has had his ups and downs as everyone else. Within just the first half of his life his father abandoned him and continued to beat his mother, he began both using and dealing drugs, had accidentally shot himself and even had a daughter. The second half was any less eventful then the first. Since his first child he has had three more, picked up a couple more drug habits, has been to prison, attained his GED and has become worth over 100 million dollars.With the many different aspects to both his personality and behavior many different theories from various theorist can be applied to him.
Schultz, D., & Schults, S. (2012). Theories of personality. (10 ed.). Wadsworth Publishing Company.
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