Into the Wild

In Chris's relationships with people, what is the most striking contradiction?

chapter 7

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"McCandless’s expectations for his parents are so much higher than for other people in his life. He holds himself to these same standards, always living by the philosophies he espouses, and the standards he holds others to, but he is forgiving of many sins from his friends, including alcoholism and mistreatment of women."