Wednesday, November 14, 2012

enduring fighter with masked passions

your responses indicate that you have a normal desire to share yourself with others. however, this need is not being adequately fulfilled at present.
as a result, you unconsciously attempt to treat this emptiness with momentary interests and temporary passions. If left unaddressed, this imbalance leads to impulsive behavior and unnecessary risks.
past betrayals have left you generally suspicious of others’ behavior, particularly regarding romantic relationships. you fear you may be exploited if you open yourself too fully. consequently, you often seek some proof of a new friend’s or lover’s sincerity before you decide to trust them.
further complicating your relationships is the anxiety you have about your unfulfilled personal and professional goals. you fear that you’ve made decisions that weren’t in your own best interest, or failed to take advantage of opportunities when they presented themselves.
the desire to overcome these challenges sometimes lead you to seem pushy or even arrogant. because this competitive urge is not always apparent to others, they are often surprised by it.
however, the passion that underlies your desire for success is unique. this makes you unlike others. you cannot simply accept what life has to offer; you aspire for more.

so i made a test today.
(, anybody can do it)
so i was just thinking.
(not that anyone would care. nobody cares except yourself.)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"Your responses indicate a desire to overcome a persistent feeling of emptiness or dissatisfaction. You believe life should have more to offer, and fear you have somehow not achieved everything you deserve.

Your desire for legitimate respect and success has led to increasing anxiety. Consequently, you no longer exhibit some of the friendliness and openness for which you were once known.

Similarly, you fear being overly influenced by others. You are often fiercely independent, which sometimes leads to being resistant to the opinions of friends and relatives — even to the point of denying what you fear may actually be true.

This behavior stems from your wish to be regarded as an authority. It leads you to react strongly when you suspect you might be wrong. At times you feel that too much is being asked of you, and that you are not properly recognized for your efforts. This situation — be it fueled by others’ jealousy or negligence — adds to the stress in your life.

Luckily, your determination is unyielding. Unlike others facing similar adversity, you forge ahead despite the challenges. Through strength of will or simple endurance, you are unique in your ability to withstand the troubles of a complicated life."

Well here we are.

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