It really is a little odd how well this works. I'd be fascinated to find out what the underlying psychology of it is, and how they calculate their point scores to go into one category or another.
Here's my results, which are a fairly even mix between Becca's and Ham's funnily enough, with a couple of differences:
Your Existing Situation
Constantly moving forward in her life and career in order to gain a higher position and more recognition. Unhappy with current circumstances and needs to constantly make changes to herself in order to become a better person.
Your Stress Sources
"Demands to be noticed by others as an important individual, needs attention and recognition. her current situation is leaving her dissatisfied. she feels she needs to make friends with those who hold the same high standards she does. Wants to stand out as someone at the top of her class and be admired by others. she needs to feel in control which makes it difficult to give of herself to another person. she feels isolated and alone but refuses to appear weak and continues to be emotionally distant from others in order to keep her attitude of superiority. "
Your Restrained Characteristics
Open and emotionally involved in relationships and easily finds satisfaction through sexual activity.
Is bothered when her needs and desires are misunderstood and she feels there is no one to turn to or rely on. her self-centered attitude can cause her to be easily offended.
Your Desired Objective
Is in need of immediate rest and relaxation. Longs for peace and a sense they are understood. Feels she has been treated unfairly which makes her angry. Cannot stand to stay in an environment in which she is treated unfairly and with no consideration for her feelings.
Your Actual Problem
Needs to find a stable and peaceful environment which will free her of the worries that are preventing her from achieving the things she wants.
Your Actual Problem #2
"Wants to be valued and respected, seeks a close and peaceful relationship with a shared respect of each other."
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