The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement Characters

David H. M. Brooks
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Harold

Harold is one of the main characters in David Brooks' The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement. Harold was created to show one half of the development and psychological nature of a couple that embodied the principles and behaviors outlined by numerous scientists, educators and psychologists.

Harold was the only child of Rob and Julia. Rob and Julia were members of what Brooks calls the Composure Class. Rob and Julia were admired for their wealth, education and overall demeanor as well as their good looks. Everyone wanted to be either Rob or Julia. Harold would have a difficult time living up to that status at first.

Harold was an unusual child. He was a daydreamer. His logic made no sense to Rob and Julia. He could develop intricate stories with happy endings but could not stay on task for the simplest project. He sulked...

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