In a survey of 104 of my TMS patients I found that the perfect-good drive was either the predominant factor, or a very significant factor in 94 percent of the cases. Based on life history, I found that: 31.5 % of the patients studied, the perfect-good tendency was the primary contributor to the TMS rage, and that childhood abuse and life pressures were less important. 36.5 % of the cases the perfect-good drive and life pressures appeared to be equally significant contributors. 17% the perfect=good drive and childhood abuse were the most important. 8%, all three factors were equally important. 3.5% child abuse was the primary contributer. 2.5% life pressures were the most important contributer. Page 103 Divided Mind. Doesn't this tell us where most to focus our time and efforts? I think if one has horrendous child abuse then focus on that. This to me is so much about personality. So now what?