There are ways to do this that I address in this chapter: we ought to examine personality from the angle of attachment theory1 and see how the brain, under stress (submitted to some form of threat), elects Hostile or Defensive2 behaviors-these behaviors can be so strong and enduring that they actually become part of the modus operandi of individuals. One refers in this case to so-called Instrumentally hostile (IP) and Defensive positions (DP). We must also look closely at egregious individuals, who are the most dangerous FP-these are people who are fully functional, but who operate based on a hidden agenda that can tarnish any aspect of the project. First, let’s look at commitment.