Description #22

Please consider the following 2 descriptions and choose the one that you feel best describes you.

Description #7

Do you feel it is your responsibility to “guide” and “correct others” when they say or do something “incorrect?” Do you support others by “helping them to be more organized/efficient?”

Do you secretly wish to be attractive, physically strong/skilled, and/or charismatic? Do you often find that you are “unrealistic” and wish you were more realistic (or strive to prove that you are realistic by achieving your unrealistic goals?

“You ‘make a plan’ and ‘see it through.’ You rarely ‘give up’ once you set your mind to something. You believe in ‘mastering’ or ‘perfecting’ a thing. You build connections slowly, but the few connections you have are strong. You are slow to trust, but you are fiercely loyal once that trust is earned. You believe in harsh truth and ‘facing reality.’ You sometimes struggle with ‘too much activity around you,’ too much socializing, too much emotion, or ‘plans that change too frequently.’ In those times you tend to withdraw into your mind, turning to logical thoughts.”

Do you feel this is accurate for you?

Description #9

Do you feel that “it’s best for each person to figure things out for themselves?” Do you believe in “throwing someone into the thick of it” and letting them find their own way, or “present a thought” primarily to see how others will react to it? Do you believe that every idea needs to be carefully examined and tested (regardless of the source)?

Do you feel an intense desire to go out and experience “everything?” Do you struggle with routines, schedules, and traditions? Do you long to have “a place/space that is yours” but struggle to do what is necessary to achieve/maintain such a space?

“You love to explore, to try new things. You are overflowing with ideas, and sometimes struggle to manage them all. You are quick to act and struggle to ‘wait’ and ‘think first.’ You favor ‘direct truth’ over sensitivity, though you can ‘fake it’ for the sake of social conventions. Sometimes you ‘pretend’ for so long that you start to forget ‘who you really are.’ You long for the spotlight and want to ‘be involved.’ Once something is complete, you move on without hesitation (that’s in the past). You long for company, but struggle with obligations or expectations. In times of stress, you may meditate, exercise, or vent.”

Do you feel this is accurate for you?

If none of these feel like a good fit for you, then perhaps you’d like to reconsider some of your earlier choices.