Author: Jan Scholten
They feel often alone, isolated and threatened in their family, as a child and in the community. They have a lack of self-worth. The situation can be that of an orphan. They feel like an outsider, even when they live in a group or family. It feels as if they do not really belong.
Their strategy is to become cheerful, uplifting to others to ameliorate the atmosphere and in order to be liked. As children they fear their parents will leave them, become sick or die, or have endured so much in the marriage and the care of their children that they will just leave. So they become humorous to uplift the depression of their mother or father. They become the clown, the joker. In the extreme they cannot make normal contact anymore, they become the eternal clown. That makes them alone again, the opposite of what they wanted to achieve.
Always looking up to the upper classes.
Fear of not being appreciated.
Others are only needed to give them honour.
Marriage with a lower social class.
Marriage with a higher social class.
Irritable, anger, cranky, peevish.
Friendly, sociable, well-being, camaraderie, community, always chatting.
Fixed versus loose; desire to have things fixed, arranged and stable, in relationships; but things are held together artificially and thus can fall apart very easily.
Stomach: indigestion; death-like nausea.
Abdomen: torpid liver; gall bladder inflammation, stones.
Rectum: constipation; stool profuse, violent, + flatus.