Self-limiting behavior. Limited self-expression. Holding back creativity. Hard workers. Task-oriented people. Walking the straight and narrow. Principals. Teachers. Authorities. Rule makers rather than rule breakers. Law enforcers. Hardened personalities. Fragile, brittle egos. Self-disciplined. Stern. People who get noticed for their self-discipline. People who get noticed for how they do or do not follow the rules. People who get noticed because of their self-denial. Denying yourself freedom of self-expression. Denying your personal creativity. Denying your creative power. Feeling cut off from yourself. Dry self-expression. Serious self-expression. No time for fun and games. Life is serious business. Taking yourself too seriously. No sense of humor. No sense of play. Mature attitudes. Fuddy duddy. Fuss pots.
Getting into the business of life. Having a matter of fact attitude. Being really hard on yourself. Not forgiving yourself for errors and mistakes. Self-censorship. Rigid standards. Crystallized ego forces. Being your own authority. Making your own rules. Creative structure. Self-structuring. Creating schedules, routines and daily structures for your life. Finding yourself through experiences that require discipline and hard work. Pushing toward success. Living with restrictions. Thriving when you have restrictions placed upon you. People who feel more comfortable within structured environments. Structure gives personal freedom. Structure gives creative license. Having routines, habits and daily structures keeps you in check and helps you get what you want out of life. Understanding your limits. Being realistic about your personal limits – and working with them. Testing yourself. Being your own taskmaster. Feeling that other people are always testing you. Life is a test. Feeling that other people impose restrictions on your personal freedom.
Easy authority. Proper. Pruning back excess. “Tight” self-expression. Dried-out husk of a person. Depression. Dourness. Lack of vitality. Melancholy. Bleak outlook. Cutting back excess. Living an austere life. Self-deprivation. Scrooges. Making do with less. Having a very focused core self. Builders. Long-term planners. Understanding how events unfold over time. Realizing that it may take a long time to get what you want – but pushing ahead to get it anyway. Planning to live to be a ripe old age. Getting along better with older people. Seeking out older mentors and eventually being a mentor or teacher. Having the wisdom of someone much older. Super conservative. Business executives. Droll. Dull. Lack of creativity. Lack of spontaneity. Grandfatherly types. Heads of dynasties. Growing into yourself as you get older. Late bloomers. Fear mongers. People who hold back and feel fearful or intimidated to express themselves. Learning to keep all of areas of your life “in shape.”
Having a need to be recognized for your hard work. Needing to be recognized for what you accomplish. Difficult or limited relationships with men. Being cut off from your father. Being cut off from your own sense of inner authority. Taking the hard line. Lack of empathy from men. Never feeling good enough. Inadequacy. Dad was a disciplinarian. Dad had high expectations and standards. Dad pushed you toward achievement. Dad kept you on a schedule. Dad structured your life.