Author: Jan Scholten
Boasting to stay free without doing anything about it
Being pushed by their father towards autonomy but doing nothing
Ignoring the pushing of their father in order to stay free
Enjoying their freedom in a lazy way
Laziness out of too much self-worth
Too much self-worth to get involved in others' actions
Outsider but still a winner
Enjoying being a free outsider
Being an independent outcast in order to be able to have enjoyment
Boasting to stay free without doing anything for it
They have a strong personality and thus expect others to let them be free and autonomous. They don’t want to do anything about it; they just expect things to come their way. They want to be the best and win in games and sport, but they don’t want to make much effort. They boast about their talents. They can encourage others not even to start a game with them as they will win the game anyhow. So by doing nothing they have won already.
Being pushed by their father to autonomy but doing nothing
They can have a father who tries to push them to be someone special, someone with a lot of kudos. Their father does that to make them autonomous, but they are too lazy to do anything about it. They just expect to get the appreciation, respect and independence for free.
Too much self-worth to get involved in the actions of others
They can be quite indifferent to all actions of others. They have so much self-confidence that they don’t want to get involved in all the actions and mess of people. That could only give them problems with their freedom. Their self-confidence can be so exaggerated that other people don’t want to be involved with them anymore. But they don’t care, because caring means giving up their autonomy.