A Brief Glance

Your Existing Situation
Imaginative and sensitive; seeking an outlet for these qualities–especially in the company of someone equally sensitive. Interest and enthusiasm are readily aroused by the unusual or the adventurous.

Your Stress Sources
Wants to overcome a feeling of emptiness and to bridge the gap which he feels separates himself from others. Anxious to experience life in all its aspects, to explore all its possibilities, and to live it to the fullest. He therefore resents any restriction or limitation being imposed on him and insists on being free and unhampered.

Your Restrained Characteristics
Able to achieve satisfaction through sexual activity but is inclined to be emotionally withdrawn, which prevents him from becoming deeply involved.

Your Desired Objective
Pursues his objectives with intensity and does not allow himself to be deflected from his purpose. Wants to overcome the obstacles with which he is faced and to achieve special recognition and standing from his success.

Your Actual Problem
Fights against restriction or limitation, and insists on developing freely as a result of his own efforts.

Your Actual Problem #2
The fear that he might be prevented from achieving the things he wants leads him to play his part with an urgent and hectic intensity.

You scored more Extroverted than Introverted on this personality test. This means that you enjoy socializing with other people and are actually more energized by being around people than being alone.

Your thought patterns and reasoning are more Abstract than Tangible. This means that you draw your conclusions from looking at the big picture and are able to believe in something even without demanding proof.

You are more Logical than Empathetic when it comes to making decisions. You enjoy a thoughtful challenge and often use facts and reasoning to drive your decision making process. While you want the result to be the best for everyone, you are not willing to change the result simply because of how it might impact someone else.



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4 responses to “A Brief Glance

  1. Amy

    You and Gerrit may be opposite on everything else. But your Actual Problem is the same, though maybe for different reasons.
    And what’s this about being ‘sensitive’? The last test you weren’t. So which is true? I know my opinion, but after all you really believe in the tests.
    It’s interesting that you “want to bridge the gap” but are “emotionally withdrawn” this is so true for you. Your constant pushing, but not wanting others to push you. You let them push you but only in the sense that you are in control and asking the questions, then able to evaluate them at your own leisure.
    But just looking at it on paper it’s obvious that this duel desire for intimacy and self-protection sucks when it’s happening in real life.
    Are you ever going to be satisfied with the definitions these tests give you or will you be taking one every couple weeks for the rest of your life? haha…I’m just poking fun. They really are fascinating. And this one has especially interesting categories.

  2. tcm.

    We discussed the sensitivity topic, basically the last one meant ‘sensitive to other people’s emotions and sensitivity.’ which I am not, I am about fixing the problem more than listening. Which is good/bad, yadda yadda work on it. This one is my personal sensitivity. Anyways, yes, it does suck when it moves from the paper into real life. Hence the more recent blog above this one about the stumbling blocks of commitment. (Not LOYALTY!) Commitment. Anyways.

    • Amy

      “Not LOYALTY” hmmm…a little defensive. But we talked about this. I get the difference that you’re speaking of. But you have to understand how they can be related in peoples minds. right?
      I got it on the phone at least, maybe this is worth mentioning again because I’m starting to think of how much commitment and loyalty go hand and hand.
      Anyway. ‘yadda yadda…work on it.” Give up now. You’re a mutant. You’ll never win. 😉 j/k. I like that you write ‘yadda yadda’ it makes me think of the word ‘waddle’ and I picture a duck or a fat lady walking down the street.

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