There are a significant number of Alienative-Conflicts which involved issues pertaining to 

1. Self-Confidence, 2. Pretentious-Personal-Behaviors, 3. Arrogance, 4. Self-Righteousness, 5. Hopelessness, 6. Collusive-Games-of-Mutual-Self-Deception, 7. Fearing that one is oneself Being-an-Impostor --- when one is not an Impostor, 8. Lack of Authentic Self-Confidence, 9. Being Willing to be Victimized, 10. Subservience/Surrender, 11. Being Willing to be a Codependent-Supporter of an Addict, 12. Lack of any healthy sense of Personal-Balance, 13. Lack of any Reflexive-Knowledge of Self-as-a-Unique-Humane-Being, 14. Being Excessively/Purely Other-Directed; an Echo of Other-People, 15. Being Perpetually-Defensive, 16. Being Perpetually-Egocentric, 17. Lacking any personal empathy, sympathy, or sensitive-understanding of others, 18. Lacking Personal-Sensitivity to other people's situations and/or perspectives, 19. Unable to Communicate meaningfully with others as unique-persons with their own rights, 20. Unable to Cooperate; either Formally and/or Informally with other persons, 21. Being Chronic Complainers, Critics, Negators and/or Fault-Finders, Blaming/Shaming Others, 22. Having no sense of self as a unique person, 23. Having no Thoughtful-Personal-Convictions, 24. Totally-Trusting some Dominant other Person(s) or Hero(es). 25. Taking-Care of other people's lives, responsibilities and conflicts.

Each of the above is in some involved one or more persons who are Reflexively-Diseased.

(c) 2009 by Paul A. Smith in Search for Integrity and Honesty (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy)