Doctor Fiancee (kellingham) wrote,
Doctor Fiancee
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The results of this colour quiz are freakishly accurate. How do they do that?


Your Existing Situation

This represents a barrier between the compensatory colors which precede it and the remaining colors. ...maybe I'm being dumb but does someone want to enlighten me as to what this line actually means?


Your Stress Sources

Wishes to be independent, unhampered, and free from any limitation or restriction, other than those which she imposes of herself or by her own choice and decision. That sums it up pretty well.


Your Restrained Characteristics

Remains emotionally unattached even when involved in a close relationship. This one I feel is not quite as accurate as the others. Though I can detach myself from others if I choose I much prefer the lovely bonds I have developed over time. bardiphouka is stuck with me.

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. In truth I don't attempt to assert myself very often. But I do believe in making the best of a situation.

Able to achieve satisfaction through sexual activity. Hell yes.


Your Desired Objective

Over-imaginative and given to fantasy or day-dreaming. Longs for interesting and exciting things to happen and wants to be admired for her charm. I don't give a damn about being admired for my charm, though it would be nice now I think about it. The rest is very much true though I am sure it is impossible to be over-imaginative.


Your Actual Problem

Feels restricted and prevented from progressing; seeking a solution which will remove these limitations. I have felt like I am in a rut for a while. I need to do something about it but I don't know what.
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