My True Colors
Evan Puls, 1st Hour
Childhood: I have no problems with authority and adapt to school easily. Rules don't bother me.
Relationships: I am serious and traditional, with a conservative view on both love and marriage. I want someone who will work with me, making a secure relationship. I show admiration through the practical things I do for a loved one.
Work: I provide stability and organization. My capability to handle details well and working hard would mean I'd be important. Work comes before play, no matter how long it takes.
Leadership Style: I expect punctuality, loyalty, and order. There is a right way to do things, and that's how they should be done. Tradition is important. Rules are required. I need a detailed approach, and I view change as threatening. Any change that is required needs a long time for everyone to get used to. People should be performing the roles assigned to them.
Symptoms of a Bad Day: Complaining and self-pity. Anxiety and worry. Depression, and fatigue. Psychosomatic problems. I can get a malicious judgement about myself and everyone else. I'd try to follow everyone else as if I was in a herd. Authoritarianism and phobic reactions.
- I have no problems with authority as a child.
- I believe relationships are supposed to be serious.
- I believe work does come before play.
- I don't complain much.
- I don't have an authoritarian reaction if I have a bad day.
- I don't believe I have a herd mentality if I have a bad day.