(Note: Fractured English Grammar Ahead)
Your Existing Situation
Feels there are barriers between himself and the essential things he desires.
Your Stress Sources
“Has high standards and wants to make friends with those who have equally high standards; however, he has been unsuccessful in building these types of relationships. He is feeling under appreciated and his self-esteem is damaged because of it. He is uncomfortable with the situation and wishes to escape, but refuses to make compromises or lower his standards. Puts off resolving his problems because he afraid of the conflicts it may cause. In order to feel secure, he needs to feel appreciated by others so they will do what he asks of them and respect his opinions”
Your Restrained Characteristics
“Demanding and picky in his relationships, but careful not to bring out conflict or disagreements and this may decrease his chances of achieving his goals and ideas.”
Emotionally distant even from those closest to him.
“Although he is able to find contentment through sexual activity, he feels hopeless to change his problems and difficulties and continues to make the best of what he has.”
He is being forced to be happiness and pleasure on hold for new due to his limiting circumstances.
“Willing to become emotionally involved, but is demanding and picky when choosing a partner. Is careful not to bring out conflict or disagreements as this may decrease his chances of achieving his goals and ideas.”
Your Desired Objective
Seeks to be known for something he has accomplished and uses his social abilities to win people over. Emotional and sensitive and romantic.
Your Actual Problem
“Feeling tension and stress brought on by situations which are out of his control, leaves him feeling helpless, anxious, and in adequate. He tries to escape into a fantasy world where things go his way and his desires are easier to reach.”
Your Actual Problem #2
“Impressed by unique and one of a kind things, and by people with exceptional personalities. Tries to takes the characteristics he likes in other people and apply it to himself as well as coming across as a unique individual.”