Author: Jan Scholten
They want to become independent just for themselves. Their independence and autonomy is not yet linked to other persons, it is just for themselves. They get their self-worth from feeling autonomous. They often had problems with their autonomy as a child, in a confrontation with their parents.
They can have a conflict between becoming autonomous and wanting to stay like a child. They can refuse to take on the responsibility for themselves
Lack of appreciation of his achievements.
Delusion: all around is malice and doubt.
Lack of self-worth and confidence, self-doubt, undermined, < others projecting negativity, abused, gossip, veiled malice, abuse of information given in trust.
Uneasy in dealing with people, < being not fully aware of their motives.
Lack of vitality.