Author: Jan Scholten
They are loners; they feel like an outsider not belonging to a group. There is a desire to belong to a group, a family. But they are often too strange and weird, or consider themselves too strange to be able to be accepted in a group. They are very sensitive and have deep perceptions that they do not recognise in other people. They see themselves as deviating, not fitting in a group. They fear to lose their autonomy when being engaged to marry. They fear that they will give too much and get little in return. So they prefer to stay single, especially after disappointments in relationships or friendships.
This personality doesn’t know how to make contact. It is as if it is not possible to make connection. There is a fear that they will loose their independence when making a connection.
Mania alternating depression in relationships.
Opening and closing their heart in relationships.
Fear: losing their autonomy; being dependent.
Ailments from being dominated, authoritarian parents or teachers.
Desire to stay single from fear of being overruled or dominated.