Author: Jan Scholten
They feel as if there is no place for them, no place in the family, no place in society. They feel left out, sent away. They have a tendency to leave, to emigrate and start a new life.
They can have a conflict in the family due to differences in attitude and education. A child can be intelligent but coming from simple parents, wanting to become a priest or doctor and leaving home to study. He can feel that normal is not enough for him. His parents feel abandoned, not understanding the motivations and thought world of their child.
On the other hand there is a strong tendency to help and support each other, to be present. But often communication is difficult as there is a difference in orientation, a misunderstanding.
Staring, absent minded, buried in his own thought, not attentive to the state of others.
Indecisive, from wanting to comfort and help others.
Feeling small, > in a small room.
Stuck, emotionally lost.
Feeling not completely belonging, although welcome.
Emigrants helping each other in a foreign country.