Negative aspects of personality
Indecisive, uncertain, hesitant, procrastinates, changeable,
erratic. Unstable, restless. Inability to decide between two
options.Bares difficulties alone. Lacks concentration. Scattered
energy. Not able to cope with pressure or extremes of mood (joy,
sadness, laughing, crying). Lack of balance and poise.
conversations. Postural imbalances. Poor balance. Travel sickness.
Changeable symptoms, unsteady gait, ambidextrous. For loss of limb or
organ. General nausea, vertigo, dizziness, concussion.
Chemical/hormonal imbalances. Manic depression. Use after shock therapy.
"I can't decide between the two..."
"It makes me dizzy thinking about it."
Poised, balanced, quick to take action. Confident,
self-assured. Calmness and determination. Clear-headed. Self-reliant in
decision making, knowing the choice will be the right one.
Uncertainty and indecision as to which path or career to
follow as there are too many options. Spread self in too many
directions, feel dissatisfied and frustrated because of unchannelled
talent. Start something and not finish it. Fear of commitment. Can put
things together for others but not for self. Despondent, bored,
drifter. Often very clever with good learning ability.
random movements, illnesses with constantly shifting pains.
'A jack of all
trades and master of none'.
Good managers and coordinators, often working in 'alternative
Decisive of direction in life, definite ideas and
ambitions and prevent anything interfering with that decision.
confident, happy, useful.
Doubt, pessimism, easily discouraged. Negative
attitude. Uncertainty and lack of faith causes depression. Sceptical.
Depression caused by temporary setback in progress. Almost enjoy being
melancholy. Afraid of rejection. Uncertainty in giving to others in
Glum face -
looks gloomy and sad. Large stature. Folded arms or clasped hands.
Shoulders raised and rounded.
""I've let the
"I give up"
For children who greet with open arms and are rejected.
Self-realisation. Gives confidence and conviction, perseverance
and optimism. Remedy gives 'heart', the realisation that as long as you
do your best, there is no failure. No obstacle is too great to be
repeatedly seeks advice of others. Doubts own ability and easily led by
others. Misguided, gullible, foolish, indecisive. Vacillating,
distrusts self to be intuitive and original, imitates others. Need for
self-reinforcement, lacks sense of identity. Unstable changeable,
physical symptoms. Non-specific illnesses. Insomnia. Constantly moving
around. Raises voice at end of sentence.
"What do you
Uses cliches. Talkative, asks a lot of questions, drains others.
in self to act
regardless of the advice of others. Ability to choose action, to be
decisive and intuitive. Confidence, quite assurance in self.
Anticipation and fear of failure, so does not try. Admires others.
Feels doubt and despondent about self. Can disguise by appearing
overconfident. Evade responsibilities by indulging in feelings of
inadequacy. Hesitant, cowardice. Dislikes being alone - likes company
of a stronger person. No clear ego image, can't handle change easily.
Feet turned in. Children holding tightly to mother's hand. Sits with
hunched shoulders and arms folded. Needs physical support. Agoraphobia.
point of trying?"
"I know I won't be able to do it, so why try."
The class bully type (a cover up).
Steadfastness. Willing to try and not be discouraged by the
results.Determined, confident, persevering. Ability to take risks, have
new adventures, feel enthusiasm about life. Know that if they fail, it
wasn't because they didn't try.
anxious to please.
Weak-willed. Easily exploited. Docile, timid, quite, conventional,
submissive. Lacks individuality, follows others advice. Easily
dominated. Good natured. Taken for granted. Serves willingly. Look for
strong personalities in others, rather then in themselves.
Lacks vitality. Often pale and languid. Dark rings under eyes. Shoulder
and back problems. May manifest illnesses to avoid having to say "no".
A 'yes man',
always in agreement.
Looks like a victim, head bowed, eyes cast down.
quite and gentle, but maintains individuality, knowing when to give and
when to say no. Confident, quite determination. Not hindered or
exploited by others. Serves others quietly and wisely.
Guilt, self-reproach. Blames self, feels unworthy.
Condemns, critical and constantly apologising. Over-conscientious - set
high standards for themselves. Undermined by negative self concept.
Feel undeserving of love. Despondent. Unsure of taking responsibility.
Take blame for mistakes of others. Apologise for own existence. Need
tremendous verbal reassurance.
Hand covering mouth
"No, it's my fault!"
"I'm stupid, aren't I"
"If only I'd..."
"I feel worthless"
"I could have done better"
Perseverance, self-assurance. Ability to take responsibility and help
others if called upon to do so. Genuine humility. Do not dwell on past
feelings of inadequacy,
of being overwhelmed by responsibility. Despondency from constant
attempts to reach perfection. Capable, efficient and intuitive, become
indispensable in work, but tire temporarily from being overburdened.
Occasional feelings of not being able to cope or continue. Dedicated
and generally happy to take responsibility.
fast. Broad back and upright posture. Solemn, serious, looks confident.
May suffer chronic stress and extreme exhaustion. Folic acid and
For those in
positions of importance who have others dependent on their decisions.
eg. heads of schools, parliamentarians, health practitioners.
Confident, self-assured, capable. Able to take on great
responsibility, knowing help will always be there when needed. Direct
their greatest capabilities towards helping others.
on, struggling and persevering against all odds. Not giving in, but
despondency and despair through lack of progress. Reliable, dependable
and dutiful. Overwork - others lay their burdens and responsibilities
on them. Discontented if anything interferes with their duty. Brave
without loss of hope. Shattered when their strength suddenly goes.
in body. Head held high, chest raised. Tight lips. Heart problems,
nervous breakdowns, collapse.
"I must be
"I won't give in"
"I must keep going at all costs"
to fight against the odds without loosing hope or despairing.
Persevering, reliable and strong. Stable.