Friday, August 15, 2008

Personality Quiz

    These results came from a personality quiz on  All I did was randomly select colored boxes and the damned computer came up with this assessment of my personality.  Interesting.  Okay, not really.  But it was a way to waste a few minutes of boredom time and it gave me something to blog about on a non-thinking blogger day.  So deal. 
    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
      Has an unsatisfied need to ally herself with others whose standards are as high as her own, and to stand out from the herd. Her control of her sensual instincts restricts her ability to give herself, but the resulting isolation leads to the urge to surrender and allow herself to merge with another. This disturbs her. as such instincts are regarded as weaknesses to be overcome; she feels that only by continued self-restraint can she hope to maintain her attitude of individual superiority. Wants to be loved or admired for herself alone; needs attention, recognition, and the esteem of others.
    Your Restrained Characteristics
      Unhappy at the resistance she feels whenever she tries to assert herself. However, she believes that there is little she can do and that she must make the best of the situation.
    Your Desired Objective
      Urgently in need of rest, relaxation, peace, and affectionate understanding. Feels she has been treated with a lack of consideration and is upset and agitated as a result. Regards her situation as intolerable as long as her requirements are not complied with.
    Your Actual Problem
      Needs to achieve a stable and peaceful condition, enabling her to free herself of the worry that she may be prevented from achieving all the things she wants.
    Your Actual Problem #2
      Wants to be valued and respected, and seeks this from a close and peaceful association of mutual esteem.

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