Master of defense. Gaining mastery over emotional responses. Learning how to make your own happiness. Learning how to make your own joy. Learning how to emotionally fulfill yourself. Learning how to take care of yourself. Learning how to meet your own needs. Learning how to cope with depression. The amount you felt your father cared. An emotional father. Fluctuating feelings about responsibility. Fluctuating feelings about structure and authority. Fluctuating feelings about discipline and hard work. Feeling okay with hard work. A sensitive authority figure. A sensitive father. A defensive stance. Lack of joy. Emotional repression. Feeling okay with rules and regulations that support emotional response and expression. Comfortable not showing emotion. Happy in a position of authority. Disciplined habits. Disciplined activities bring happiness. Surmounting obstacles brings happiness. Achievement brings happiness. Having an intuitive sense of time.
Having a natural sense of authority. The capacity to handle responsibility with aplomb. Feeling that there is never enough time. Hardened emotions. A hard childhood. Lack of emotional expression as a child. Lack of support during childhood. Denied support. Feeling responsible for mom. Taking responsibility for your mother. The child who takes care of the parent. Early maturity. Emotional responsibility. Dutiful emotional expression. Dutiful habits. Inhibited emotional expression. The responsible child. Emotional management. Mood management. Learning how to be happy- the hard way. Making time for your own needs. Neglected by mom. Loneliness. Hardened emotions. Mature responses. Emotional mountains and barriers. Blocked intuition. Mastering intuition. Intuitive teacher. Hardened defenses. Crystallized habits. Master of the emotional domain. Mood master. Barren landscape. Bleak house. Keeping a stiff upper lip. Eating schedules. Finding happiness in the real world. Taking responsibility for you own emotional well-being.