This book attempts to provide an approach to understanding the changes in human personality as it tries to adjust in a fast-changing world. The subject is so vast and complex that there can be no definitive treatise on the subject.
This book certainly does not make such a claim. However, it tries to provide a deeper insight into personality building, for good or bad, and the major factors that go into such a process. Students and practitioners of psychiatry and psychology as well as the layman will find much in this book that will expand their understanding of personality traits and the circumstances which tend to create them.